User Guide

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Nokia 6085 User Guide

9253174 Issue 1

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Contents
For your safety.......................... 6 General information................. 9
Access codes............................................ 9 Copyright protection.......................... 10 Configuration settings service ........ 10 Download content and applications.................................. 10 Digital rights management .............. 11

6. Games & Apps ................. 27
Games..................................................... 27 Collection .............................................. 27

7. Messaging ........................ 29
Text messages ...................................... SmartChip messages.......................... Multimedia messages ........................ Audio message..................................... Instant messaging............................... E-mail..................................................... Voice mail ............................................. Service commands.............................. Delete messages.................................. Message settings................................. 29 30 30 33 34 38 40 40 40 41

1. Get started....................... 12
Install SmartChip card and battery ........................................... Charge the battery.............................. Memory card installation ................. Switch the phone on and off........... Open the fold ....................................... Normal operating position ............... Antenna ................................................. Wrist strap ............................................ Keys and parts...................................... Standby mode ...................................... Indicators and icons........................... Keys lock (keyguard) .......................... 12 13 13 14 15 15 15 16 17 18 20 21

8. Recent Calls ..................... 44 9. MEdia Net ........................ 45
Technology background .................... Service provider................................... Access service ...................................... Browse ................................................... Security settings.................................. Bookmarks............................................. Download settings.............................. Service inbox........................................ Cache memory ..................................... Browser security.................................. 45 45 45 46 47 48 48 48 49 49

2. Your phone ...................... 17

3. Call functions .................. 22
Make a call ........................................... 22 Answer or decline a call.................... 23 Options during a call.......................... 23

10. AT&T Mall ........................ 52 11. Music................................ 53 12. My Stuff........................... 54
Tones & Graphics ................................ 54 Multimedia ........................................... 54 Tools........................................................ 59

4. Enter text ........................ 24
Settings.................................................. Predictive text input .......................... Traditional text input......................... Tips for writing text............................ 24 24 25 25

5. Menus .............................. 26
Access a menu function.................... 26

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13. Address Book ................... 63
Find a contact....................................... Save names and phone numbers .... Save numbers, items, or an image.. Copy a contact ..................................... Edit contact details............................. Delete contacts or details ................. Business cards ...................................... Settings .................................................. Groups..................................................... Speed dial list ....................................... Service and my numbers ................... Profiles.................................................... Themes.................................................... Tones ....................................................... Display .................................................... Set time and date................................ My shortcuts......................................... Connectivity .......................................... Call settings .......................................... Phone settings...................................... Enhancements ...................................... 63 63 63 64 64 64 64 64 65 65 65 66 66 66 67 68 68 70 74 74 75

Configuration ....................................... Security .................................................. Restore settings ................................... Phone software updates....................

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15. SmartChip services........... 79 16. PC connectivity ................ 80
USB data storage................................. Nokia PC Suite...................................... EGPRS, GPRS, HSCSD, and CSD....... Data communication applications ... Bluetooth ............................................... 80 80 80 80 81

14. Settings ............................ 66

17. Enhancements.................. 82 18. Battery information......... 83
Charging and discharging................. 83 Nokia battery authentication guidelines............................................... 84

Care and maintenance ........... 86 Additional safety information . 87 Index........................................ 92

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For your safety

For your safety
Read these simple guidelines. Not following them may be dangerous or illegal. Read the complete user guide for further information.
SWITCH ON SAFELY

Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST

Obey all local laws. Always keep your hands free to operate the vehicle while driving. Your first consideration while driving should be road safety.
INTERFERENCE

All wireless phones may be susceptible to interference, which could affect performance.
SWITCH OFF IN HOSPITALS

Follow any restrictions. Switch the phone off near medical equipment.
SWITCH OFF IN AIRCRAFT

Follow any restrictions. Wireless devices can cause interference in aircraft.
SWITCH OFF WHEN REFUELING

Do not use the phone at a refueling point. Do not use near fuel or chemicals.
SWITCH OFF NEAR BLASTING

Follow any restrictions. Do not use the phone where blasting is in progress.
USE SENSIBLY

Use only in the normal position as explained in the product documentation. Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily.
QUALIFIED SERVICE

Only qualified personnel may install or repair this product.
ENHANCEMENTS AND BATTERIES

Use only approved enhancements and batteries. Do not connect incompatible products.

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For your safety WATER-RESISTANCE

Your phone is not water-resistant. Keep it dry.
BACK-UP COPIES

Remember to make back-up copies or keep a written record of all important information stored in your phone.
CONNECTING TO OTHER DEVICES

When connecting to any other device, read its user guide for detailed safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible products.
EMERGENCY CALLS

Ensure the phone is switched on and in service. Press the end key as many times as needed to clear the display and return to the start screen. Enter the emergency number, then press the call key. Give your location. Do not end the call until given permission to do so.

■ About your device
The wireless device described in this guide is approved for use on the GSM 850, 900, 1800, and 1900 networks. Contact your service provider for more information about networks. When using the features in this device, obey all laws and respect local customs, privacy and legitimate rights of others, including copyrights. When taking and using images or video clips, obey all laws and respect local customs as well as privacy and legitimate rights of others. Warning: To use any features in this device, other than the alarm clock, the device must be switched on. Do not switch the device on when wireless device use may cause interference or danger.

■ Network services
To use the phone you must have service from a wireless service provider. Many of the features in this device depend on features in the wireless network to function. These network services may not be available on all networks or you may have to make specific arrangements with your service provider before you can utilize network services. Your service provider may need to give you additional instructions for their use and explain what charges will apply. Some networks may have limitations that affect how you can use network services. For instance, some networks may not support all language-dependent characters and services.

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For your safety

Your service provider may have requested that certain features be disabled or not activated in your device. If so, these features will not appear on your device menu. Your device may also have a special configuration such as changes in menu names, menu order, and icons. Contact your service provider for more information. This device supports WAP 2.0 protocols (HTTP and SSL) that run on TCP/IP protocols. Some features of this device, such as multimedia messaging service (MMS), browsing, e-mail application, instant messaging, remote synchronization, and content downloading using the browser or MMS, require network support for these technologies.

■ Shared memory
The following features in this device may share memory: My Stuff, Address Book, text messages, multimedia messages, instant messages, calendar, to-do notes, JavaTM games, and note application. Use of one or more of these features may reduce the memory available for the remaining features sharing memory. For example, saving many Java applications may use all of the available memory. Your device may display a message that the memory is full when you try to use a shared memory feature. In this case, delete some of the information or entries stored in the shared memory features before continuing. Some of the features, such as text messages, may have a certain amount of memory specially allotted to them in addition to the memory shared with other features.

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General information

General information
Congratulations on your purchase of this Nokia mobile phone. Some of its other features include a calendar, a clock, an alarm clock, a radio, a music player, and a built-in camera.

■ Access codes
Security code
The security code (5 to 10 digits) helps to protect your phone against unauthorized use. The preset code is 12345. To change the code and to set the phone to request the code, see “Security,” p. 76. If you enter an incorrect security code five times in succession, the phone ignores further entries of the code. Wait for five minutes, and enter the code again.

PIN codes
The personal identification number (PIN) code and the universal personal identification number (UPIN) code (4 to 8 digits) help to protect your SmartChip card against unauthorized use. See “Security,” p. 76. The PIN code is usually supplied with the SmartChip card. To set the phone to request the PIN code, see “Security,” p. 76. The PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits) may be supplied with the SmartChip card and is required for some functions. The module PIN is required to access the information in the security module. See “Security module,” p. 49. The module PIN is supplied with the SmartChip card if the SmartChip card has a security module in it. The signing PIN is required for the digital signature. See “Digital signature,” p. 51. The signing PIN is supplied with the SmartChip card if the SmartChip card has a security module in it.

PUK codes
The personal unblocking key (PUK) code and the universal personal unblocking key (UPUK) code (8 digits) is required to change a blocked PIN code and UPIN code, respectively. The PUK2 code (8 digits) is required to change a blocked PIN2 code. If the codes are not supplied with the SmartChip card, contact your service provider for the codes.

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Restriction password
The restriction password (4 digits) is required when using Call restrictions. See “Security,” p. 76. You can obtain the password from your service provider. If you enter an incorrect restricting password three times in succession, the password is blocked. Contact your service provider for assistance.

■ Copyright protection
Copyright protections may prevent some images, music (including ringing tones), and other content from being copied, modified, transferred, or forwarded.

■ Configuration settings service
To use some of the network services, such as mobile internet services, MMS, or remote internet server synchronization, your phone needs the correct configuration settings. Your service provider may have pre-loaded the settings on the phone. If not, you may be able to receive the settings directly as a configuration message. After receiving the settings, you must save them on your phone. The service provider may provide a PIN that is needed to save the settings. For more information on availability of the settings, contact your service provider. When you receive a configuration message, Configuration sett. received is displayed. To save the settings, select Show > Save. If the phone requests Enter settings' PIN:, enter the PIN code for the settings and select OK. To receive the PIN code, contact the service provider that supplies the settings. If no settings are saved, these settings are saved and set as default configuration settings. Otherwise, the phone asks Activate saved configuration settings? To discard the received settings, select Show > Discard. To edit the settings, see “Configuration,” p. 76.

■ Download content and applications
You may be able to download content (for example, themes, tones, and video clips) to the phone (network service). Select the download function (for example, in the My Stuff menu). To access the download function, see the respective menu descriptions. For the availability of different services, pricing, and fees, contact your service provider. Important: Use only services that you trust and that offer adequate security and protection against harmful software.

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■ Digital rights management
Content owners may use different types of digital rights management (DRM) technologies to protect their intellectual property, including copyrights. This device uses various types of DRM software to access DRM-protected content. With this device you may be able to access content protected with WMDRM 10, OMA DRM 1.0, OMA DRM 1.0 forward lock, and OMA DRM 2.0. If certain DRM software fails to protect the content, content owners may ask that such DRM software's ability to access new DRM-protected content be revoked. Revocation may also prevent renewal of such DRM-protected content already in your device. Revocation of such DRM software does not affect the use of content protected with other types of DRM or the use of non-DRM-protected content. Digital rights management (DRM) protected content comes with an associated activation key that defines your rights to use the content. If your device has OMA DRM protected content, to back up the content, use the backup feature of Nokia PC Suite. If your device has WMDRM protected content, both the activation keys and the content will be lost if the device memory is formatted. You may also lose the activation keys and the content in case the files on your device get corrupted. Losing the activation keys or the content may limit your ability to use the same content on your device again. For more information, contact your service provider.

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Get started

1. Get started
■ Install SmartChip card and battery
Always switch the device off and disconnect the charger before removing the battery. Keep all SmartChip cards out of the reach of small children. For availability and information on using SmartChip card services, contact your SmartChip card vendor. This may be the service provider or other vendor. The SmartChip card and its contacts can easily be damaged by scratches or bending, so be careful when handling, inserting, or removing the card. To install the SmartChip card: 1. Press firmly and slide the top of the back cover to release it; then remove the back cover by lifting it from the phone.

2. After you have removed the back cover, insert your fingernail under the battery and lift it as shown.

3. Place a fingernail in the middle of the metal SmartChip card holder. Then, unlatch and swing the SmartChip card holder open. 4. Insert the SmartChip card into the holder as shown, beveled corner first, with the gold-colored contacts on the SmartChip card face up (away from the phone). 5. Swing the SmartChip card holder closed. The gold-colored contacts on the SmartChip card meet the gold-colored contacts on the inside of the phone. Gently press the SmartChip card holder into the phone until it clicks into place.

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Get started

6. Replace the battery, by positioning it (with the label side facing up), so the gold-colored contacts match up with those on the phone. Slide the battery in until it snaps into place. 7. Slide the back cover until it locks into place.

■ Charge the battery
1. Connect the charger to a standard wall outlet. 2. Insert the charger plug into the round jack in the bottom of the phone. If the battery is completely discharged, it may take a few minutes before the charging indicator appears on the display or before any calls can be made. 3. Disconnect the charger from the phone when the battery is fully charged. You can use the phone while the charger is connected. The charging time depends on the charger and the battery used. For example, charging a BL-5C battery with the AC-3 charger takes approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes while the phone is in the standby mode.

■ Memory card installation
Keep all microSD memory cards out of the reach of small children. Use only compatible microSD cards approved by Nokia for use with this device. Nokia uses approved industry standards for memory cards, but some brands may not be fully compatible with this device. Incompatible cards may damage the card and the device and corrupt data stored on the card. You can use a memory card to extend the memory of My Stuff. See “My Stuff,” p. 54. You can insert or change the memory card without turning the phone off.

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Insert a microSD card
To insert a memory card, use a fingernail as a lever, place it in the recessed area of the memory card holder, and swing the holder open (1). Place the memory card in the card holder (2). Make sure that the memory card is properly inserted and that the gold-colored contacts on the card are facing upwards. Close the memory card holder (3). You can use the memory card to save your multimedia files, such as video clips, sound files, and images, in My Stuff.

Remove the microSD card
Important: Do not remove the memory card in the middle of an operation when the card is being accessed. Removing the card in the middle of an operation may damage the memory card as well as the device, and data stored on the card may be corrupted. To remove the memory card, use a fingernail as a lever, place it in the recessed area of the memory card holder, and swing the holder open. Push gently with a fingernail against the card to loosen it from the holder. Pull the card out. Close the memory card holder.

Format the memory card
To format the memory card, see “Format memory card,” p. 54.

■ Switch the phone on and off
Press and hold the end key until the phone switches on or off. If the phone asks for a PIN, enter the code and select OK.

Plug and play service
When you turn on your phone for the first time and the phone is in the standby mode, you may be prompted to get the configuration settings from your service provider (network service). Confirm or decline the query. See Connect to service provider support in “Configuration,” p. 76 and “Configuration settings service,” p. 10.

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■ Open the fold
When you open the fold of the phone, it opens up to approximately 155 degrees. Do not try to force the fold open more.

■ Normal operating position
Use the phone only in its normal operating position.

■ Antenna
Your device has an internal antenna. Note: As with any other radio transmitting device, do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the device is switched on. Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the device to operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed. Avoiding contact with the antenna area when operating the device optimizes the antenna performance and the battery life.

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■ Wrist strap
To attach a wrist strap to the phone, remove the back cover from the phone and thread a strap as shown in the picture.

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Your phone

2. Your phone
■ Keys and parts
Earpiece (1) Main display (2) Left, middle, and right selection keys (3) Four-way navigation key (4) Call key (5) End key (6) ends calls (short keypress) and turns phone on and off (long keypress) Keys (7)

Camera lens (8) Mini display (9) Memory card holder (10)

Loudspeaker (11) Microphone (12) Pop-Port connectorTM (13) Charger connector (14) Camera shutter release key (15) Volume up or down key (16) activates volume (short keypress), and voice dialing (long keypress of the volume down key).

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Your phone

■ Standby mode
When you turn on your phone, the first screen that appears is the start screen, which indicates your phone is in the standby mode. When your phone is in the standby mode, the selection keys access specific functions, and the indicators appear on the start screen. Indicators show the status of the phone.

Display
• Network signal strength (1) • Battery charge status (2) • Clock (3) — If the time is set to appear on the display. See “Set time and date,” in “Settings,” p. 68. • Name of the service provider or the operator logo (4) • Calendar (5) — The date is displayed if it is set to appear on the display and the active standby is not set. See “Active standby mode,” p. 19 and “Set time and date,” p. 68. • Active standby (6) — See “Active standby mode,” on p. 19. • Left selection key (7) — Options or a shortcut to another function. See “Left selection key,” p. 68. • Middle selection key (8) — Menu. • Right selection key (9) — MEdia Net or a shortcut to another function. Press the right selection key to open MEdia Net Home. See “Right selection key,” p. 69.

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Your phone

Active standby mode
In the active standby mode, the phone can display separate content item windows, such as general indicators and operator logo (1), shortcuts (2), audio functions (3), and the calendar (4). To select whether the active standby is shown, see Active standby in “Standby mode settings,” p. 67. The active standby is in passive mode when the middle selection key (5) is Menu; you can only view content. To activate the navigation mode and scroll through the content, use the navigation key. To change the key for accessing the navigation mode, see Active standby key in “Standby mode settings,” p. 67. When the arrow indicators are shown, you can scroll the item left and right. To personalize and organize the active standby content, select Options and select a corresponding option. See “Standby mode settings,” p. 67. To exit the navigation mode, select Exit. If no keys are pressed after a certain period of time, the phone automatically returns to the passive mode.

Content items in navigation mode
Shortcut bar — To select a shortcut, scroll to the function you want and select it. To change or organize the shortcuts when in the navigation mode, select Options > Personalize. Radio and Music — To turn on the radio or the music player, scroll to and select it. To change a track in the music player, scroll down or up. To start the radio channel search, scroll and hold left or right. Calendar — To view today’s notes, select the one you want. To view the notes for the previous or next days, scroll left or right. My note — To enter a note, select the content window, write your note, and save it. Countdown timer — To start the countdown timer, select the content item. The remaining time with a note is shown. General indicators — To show standby indicators, such as date, cell info display, info messages, and closed user group index. The date is shown if the calendar is not selected as active standby content.

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Your phone

Standby mode shortcuts
To access the list of calls made, press the call key once. See “Make a call,” p. 22. To call your voice mailbox (network service) when you have saved your voice mailbox number in the phone, press and hold 1. To connect to a browser service, press and hold 0. To set shortcut functions for the navigation key, see Navigation key in “My shortcuts,” p. 68. To make a call by pressing a number key with an assigned phone number, see “Speed dialing,” p. 22. To toggle between the Normal profile and the Vibrate profile, press and hold #.

■ Indicators and icons
Your phone has two types of identifiers: indicators and icons.

Indicators
See “Standby mode,” p. 18 for information on indicators.

Icons
Icons are graphical representations of a specific item or situation. The following list describes each icon. You have unread messages in the Inbox folder. You have unsent, canceled, or failed messages in the Outbox folder. The phone logged a missed call. You received one or several instant messages and you are connected to the instant messaging service. The keys are locked. The alarm clock is set to On. The phone does not ring for an incoming call or text message. The countdown timer is running. The stopwatch is running in the background. / The phone is registered to the GPRS or EGPRS network.

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Your phone

/ /

A GPRS or EGPRS connection is established. The GPRS or EGPRS connection is suspended (on hold), for example, if there is an incoming or outgoing call during an EGPRS or GPRS dial-up connection. A Bluetooth connection is active. If you have two phone lines, the second phone line is selected. All incoming calls are forwarded to another number. The loudspeaker is activated or the music stand is connected to the phone. Calls are limited to a closed user group. The timed profile is selected.

■ Keys lock (keyguard)
The keyguard disables the keys to prevent accidental keypresses. • To lock the keys, select Menu and press * within 3.5 seconds. • To unlock the keys, select Unlock and press * within 1.5 seconds. • To enable automatic keyguard, select Menu > Settings > Phone settings > Automatic keyguard > On. Set the delay in minutes and seconds in which the keys lock. If the Security keyguard is set to On, enter the security code, if requested. To answer a call when the keys are locked, press the call key. When you end or decline the call, the keys automatically lock. When the keys are locked, calls to the official emergency number programmed into your device may still be possible. Enter the emergency number and press the call key. For information about Security keyguard, see “Phone settings,” p. 74.

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Call functions

3. Call functions
■ Make a call
1. Enter the phone number, including the area code. To delete an incorrect character, select Clear. For international calls, press * twice for the international prefix (the + character replaces the international access code), then enter the country code, the area code without the leading 0, if necessary, and the phone number. 2. To call the number, press the call key. 3. To end the call or to cancel the call attempt, press the end key or select Options > End call.

Speed dialing
Assign a phone number to one of the speed dialing keys, 2 to 9. Call the number in either of the following ways: • Press a speed dialing key, then the call key. • If Speed dialing is set to On, press and hold a speed-dialing key until the call begins. See Speed dialing in “Call settings,” p. 74.

Enhanced voice dialing
To make a phone call, say the name that is saved in the contact list of the phone. A voice command is added automatically to all entries in the contact list of the phone. If an application is sending or receiving data using a packet data connection, end the application before you use voice dialing. Voice commands are language-dependent. To set the language, see Voice recognition language in “Phone settings,” p. 74. Note: Using voice tags may be difficult in a noisy environment or during an emergency, so you should not rely solely upon voice dialing in all circumstances. 1. In the standby mode, press and hold the right selection key. A short tone is played and Speak now is displayed. If you are using a compatible headset with the headset key, press and hold the headset key to start the voice dialing. 2. Say the voice command clearly. If voice recognition is successful, a list with matches is displayed. The phone plays the voice command of the match on the top of the list. After about 1.5 seconds, the phone dials the number or, if the result is not the correct one, scroll to another entry and select to dial the entry.

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Call functions

Using voice commands to carry out a selected phone function is similar to voice dialing. See Voice commands in “My shortcuts,” p. 68.

■ Answer or decline a call
To answer an incoming call, open the fold or press the call key. To mute the ringing tone if the fold is open, select Silence or, if the fold is closed, press the volume up or down key. To decline an incoming call if the phone is open, press the end key. If the Forward if busy function is activated in your voice mailbox, the call is forwarded to your voice mail. If not, the call is declined. See Call forwarding in “Call settings,” p. 74. To answer and end a call if a compatible headset (supplied with the headset key) is connected to the phone, press the headset key.

Call waiting
Call waiting is a network service. To answer the waiting call during an active call, press the call key. The first call is put on hold. To end the active call, press the end key. To activate the Call waiting function, see “Call settings,” p. 74.

■ Options during a call
Many of the options that you can use during a call are network services. For availability, contact your service provider. Select Options during a call and from the following options: Mute or Unmute, Address book, Menu, Lock keypad, Record, Loudspeaker or Handset. Network services options are Answer or Decline, Hold or Unhold, New call, End call, End all calls, and the following: Touch tones — to send tone strings Swap — to switch between the active call and the call on hold Transfer calls — to connect a call on hold to an active call and disconnect yourself Conference — to make a conference call that allows up to five persons to take part in a conference call Private call — to discuss privately in a conference call. To increase or decrease the volume during a call, press the volume up or down key on the side of the phone. Warning: Do not hold the device near your ear when the loudspeaker is in use because the volume may be extremely loud.

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Enter text

4. Enter text
You can enter text using traditional or predictive text input. When using traditional text input, press a number key, 1 to 9, repeatedly until the character you want is displayed. In predictive text input you can enter a letter with a single keypress. When you write text, appears at the top left of the display, which indicates predictive text input, and is displayed, which indicates traditional text input. , , or is displayed next to the text input indicator, which indicates the character case. To change the character case, press #. indicates number mode. To change from the letter to number mode, press and hold #, and select Number mode.

■ Settings
To set the writing language to a different language, select Options > Writing language. Predictive text input is only available for the languages listed. To set the predictive text input option, select Options > Prediction on or to set traditional text input option, select Options > Prediction off. To quickly set predictive text input on or off when writing text, press # twice or select and hold Options.

■ Predictive text input
Predictive text input allows you to write text quickly by using the phone keys and a built-in dictionary. 1. Start writing a word using the keys 2 to 9, and press each key only once for one letter. The word changes after each keystroke. 2. When you finish writing the word and it is correct, press 0. 3. If a displayed word is not correct, press * repeatedly or select Options > Matches. When the word that you want is displayed, select Use. 4. If the ? character is displayed after the word, the word you intended to write is not in the dictionary. To add the word to the dictionary, select Spell. The phone displays the entered letters. Enter the word (traditional text input is used) and select Save.

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Enter text

■ Traditional text input
Press a number key, 1 to 9, repeatedly until the character you want is displayed. Not all characters available under a number key are printed on the key. The characters available depends on the selected writing language. See “Settings,” p. 24. If the next letter you want is located on the same key as the current one, wait until the cursor is displayed or scroll in any direction and enter the letter. To access the most common punctuation marks and special characters, press 1. To insert a space, press 0. If you want more characters, press *.

■ Tips for writing text
The following functions may also be available for writing text: • To insert a space, press 0. • Press the navigation keys to move the cursor. • To insert a number while in letter mode, press and hold the desired number key. • To delete a character to the left of the cursor, select Clear. Select and hold Clear to delete the characters more quickly. To delete all the characters at once, select Options > Clear field. • To quickly set predictive text input on or off when writing text, press and hold Options. • To insert a word when using predictive text input, select Options > Insert word. Write the word using traditional text input, and select Save. The word is also added to the dictionary. • To insert a special character when using traditional text input, press *. When using predictive text input, press and hold *, or select Options > Insert symbol. Select the character and Insert. • To insert a smile icon when using traditional text input, press * twice. When using predictive text input, press and hold * and press * again, or select Options > Insert smiley. Select a smiley and Insert. The following options are available when writing text messages: • To insert a number while in letter mode, select Options > Insert number. Enter the phone number and press OK; or press Find, search for it in Address Book; and press Select and OK. • To insert a name, select Options > Insert contact, and a contact. • To insert a graphical smiley into the text of a message, select Options > Insert smiley, scroll to a smiley, and select Insert.

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5. Menus
The phone offers you an extensive range of functions, which are grouped into menus.

■ Access a menu function
1. To access the menu, select Menu. 2. Use the navigation keys to scroll through the menu. 3. If the menu contains submenus, select the one that you want. 4. If the selected menu contains further submenus, select the one that you want 5. To return to the previous menu level, select Back. To exit the menu, select Exit.

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6. Games & Apps
In this menu you can manage applications and games. These files are stored in the phone memory or an attached microSD memory card and may be arranged in folders. For options to format the memory card, see "Format memory card," p. 54.

■ Games
Your phone software includes some games.

Launch
Select Menu > Games & Apps > Games, scroll to the game you want and select Open. For options related to a game, see “Other application options,” p. 28.

Downloads
Select Menu > Games & Apps > Options > Downloads > Game downloads. The list of available bookmarks is shown. Important: Only install and use applications and other software from sources that offer adequate security and protection against harmful software.

Settings
To set sounds, lights, and shakes for the game, select Menu > Games & Apps > Options > App. settings.

■ Collection
Your phone software includes some Java applications, such as a world clock.

Launch an application
Select Menu > Games & Apps > Collection, scroll to an application, and select Open, or press the call key.

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Other application options
Select Menu > Games & Apps > Games or Collection > Options and from the following options: Delete — to delete the application or application set from the phone. Update version — to check if a new version of the application is available for download from the MEdia Net (network service). Web page — to provide further information or additional data for the application from an internet page (network service). It is only shown if an internet address has been provided with the application. App. access — to restrict the application from accessing the network. Different categories are shown. Select in each category one of the available permissions. Details — to give additional information about the application.

Download applications
Important: Only install and use applications and other software from sources that offer adequate security and protection against harmful software. Your phone supports J2ME™ Java applications. Make sure that the application is compatible with your phone before downloading it (network service). You can download new Java applications in different ways: • Select Menu > Games & Apps > Options > Downloads > App. downloads and the list of available bookmarks is shown. For the availability of different services, pricing, and fees, contact your service provider. • Use the game download function. See “Downloads,” p. 27. • Use the Nokia Application Installer from Nokia PC Suite to download the applications to your phone. Your device may have some bookmarks loaded for sites not affiliated with Nokia. Nokia does not warrant or endorse these sites. If you choose to access them, you should take the same precautions, for security or content, as you would with any internet site.

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7. Messaging
You can use mobile messages to keep in touch with friends, family, and business associates by using the short message service (SMS), which is a network service. Not all messaging features are available in all wireless networks. Contact your service provider for availability and subscription information. When sending messages, your phone may display the words Message sent. This is an indication that the message has been sent by your device to the message center number programmed into your device. This is not an indication that the message has been received at the intended destination. For more details about messaging services, check with your service provider.

■ Text messages
Your device supports the sending of text messages beyond the character limit for a single message. Longer messages are sent as a series of two or more messages. Your service provider may charge accordingly. Characters that use accents or other marks and characters from some language options, such as Chinese, take up more space, which limits the number of characters that can be sent in a single message. A message length indicator appears at the top of the phone display. This indicator allows you to see how many characters remain in the message as you are entering text. For example, 673/2 means that there are 673 characters left and that the message will be sent as a series of two messages. You can use predefined templates to help you write text messages. Before you can send any text or e-mail messages, you need to configure the message settings. See “Message settings,” p. 41. To check SMS e-mail service availability and to subscribe to the service, contact your service provider.

Write and send
1. Select Menu > Messaging > New message > Text message and enter the recipient’s phone number in the To: field. 2. To retrieve a phone number from Address Book, select Add > Contact. To send the message to multiple recipients, add the contacts you want one by one. 3. To send the message to persons in a group, select Contact group and the group you want. To retrieve the contacts to which you recently sent messages, select Add > Recently used.

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4. Scroll down and enter a message. See “Enter text,” p. 24. 5. To insert a template to the text message, select Options > Use template and the template you want to insert. 6. To see how the message will look to the recipient, select Options > Preview. 7. To send the message, select Send.

Read and reply
When you receive messages, either 1 message received or N messages received is displayed, where N is the number of new messages. 1. To view a new message, select Show. To view it later, select Exit. To read the message later, select Menu > Messaging > Inbox. If more than one message has been received, select the message that you want to read. indicates an unread message in Inbox. 2. While reading a message, select Options and delete or forward the message, edit the message as a text message or an SMS e-mail or move it to another folder, or view or extract message details. You can also copy text from the beginning of the message to your phone calendar as a reminder note. 3. To reply to a message, select Reply > Text message, Multimedia, or Audio message. To send a text message to an e-mail address, enter the e-mail address in the To: field. 4. Scroll down and enter a message in the Message: field. See “Enter text,” p. 24. To change the message type for your reply message, select Options > Change msg. type. 5. To send the message, select Send.

■ SmartChip messages
SmartChip messages are text messages that are saved to your SmartChip card. You can copy or move those messages to the phone memory, but not vice versa. Received messages are saved to the phone memory. To read SmartChip messages, select Menu > Messaging > Options > SIM messages.

■ Multimedia messages
Note: Only devices that have compatible features can receive and display multimedia messages. The appearance of a message may vary depending on the receiving device.

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A multimedia message can contain text, sound, a picture, a calendar note, a business card, or a video clip. If the message is too large, the phone may not be able to receive it. Some networks allow text messages that include an internet address where you can view the multimedia message. You cannot receive multimedia messages during a call or an active browsing session over GSM data. Because delivery of multimedia messages can fail for various reasons, do not rely solely upon them for essential communications.

Write and send a multimedia message
The wireless network may limit the size of multimedia messages. If the inserted image exceeds this limit, the device may make it smaller so that it can be sent by MMS. To set the settings for multimedia messaging, see “Multimedia,” p. 42. To check availability and to subscribe to the multimedia messaging service, contact your service provider. 1. Select Menu > Messaging > New message > Multimedia. 2. Enter a message. See “Enter text,” p. 24. Your phone supports multimedia messages that contain several pages (slides). A message can contain a calendar note and a business card as attachments. A slide can contain text, one image, and one sound clip; or text and a video clip. 3. To insert a slide in the message, select New; or select Options > Insert > Slide. 4. To view the message before sending it, select Options > Preview. 5. Scroll down and select Send. See “Message sending,” p. 31. 6. Enter the recipient’s phone number in the To: field. To retrieve a phone number from Address Book, select Add > Contact. To send the message to multiple recipients, add the contacts you want one by one. To send the message to persons in a group, select Contact group and the group you want. To retrieve the contacts to which you recently sent messages, select Add > Recently used.

Message sending
When you finish writing your message, to send the message, select Send or press the call key. The phone saves the message in the Outbox folder and sending starts. If you select Save sent messages > Yes, the sent message is saved in the Sent folder. See “General settings,” p. 41.

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When the phone is sending the message, the animated is shown. Actual receipt of a message depends on a number of factors. For more details about messaging services, check with your service provider. It takes more time to send a multimedia message than to send a text message. While the message is being sent, you can use other functions on the phone. If an interruption occurs while the message is being sent, the phone tries to resend the message a few times. If these attempts fail, the message remains in the Outbox folder. You can try to resend it later. To cancel the sending of the messages in the Outbox folder, scroll to the desired message and select Options > Cancel sending.

Read and reply
Important: Exercise caution when opening messages. Multimedia message objects may contain malicious software or otherwise be harmful to your device or PC. When you receive multimedia messages, either Multimedia message received or N messages received is displayed, where N is the number of new messages. 1. To read the message, select Show. To view it later, select Exit. To read the message later, select Menu > Messaging > Inbox. In the list of messages, indicates an unread message. Select the message that you want to view. 2. To view the whole message if the received message contains a presentation, select Play. To view the files in the presentation or the attachments, select Options > Objects or Attachments. 3. To reply to the message, select Options > Reply > Text message, Multimedia, or Audio message. Write the reply message. To change the message type for your reply message, select Options > Change msg. type. The new message type may not support all the content that you have added. 4. To send the message, select Send. See “Message sending,” p. 31.

Memory full
When you receive a message and the memory for the messages is full, Memory full. Unable to receive msgs. is shown. To delete old messages, select OK > Yes and the folder. Scroll to the message you want and select Delete.

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To delete more than one message at the same time, scroll to one of the messages you want to delete and select Options > Mark. Scroll to each additional message you want to delete and select Mark or to delete all the messages, select Options > Mark all. When you have finished marking the messages you want to delete, select Options > Delete marked.

Folders
The phone saves received text and multimedia messages in the Inbox folder. To set the phone to save the sent messages in the Sent folder, see Save sent messages in “General settings,” p. 41. To see any message you want to send later and have saved as a draft in the Drafts folder, select Menu > Messaging > Drafts. You can move your messages to the Saved items folder. To organize your Saved items subfolders, select Menu > Messaging > Saved items > Saved messages or a folder you added. To add a new folder for your messages, select Options > Add folder. To delete or rename a folder, scroll to the folder you want and select Options > Delete folder or Rename folder. Your phone has templates. To create a new template, save or copy a message as a template. To access the template list, select Menu > Messaging > Saved items > Templates.

■ Audio message
You can use the multimedia message service to create and send voice messages conveniently. Multimedia messaging service must be activated before you can use audio messages.

Create an audio message
1. Select Menu > Messaging > New message > Audio message, and start recording. 2. To stop recording, select and a message screen is displayed. 3. To view the available options, select Options. 4. Enter the recipient’s phone number in the To: field. To retrieve a phone number from Address Book, select Add > Contact. To send the message to multiple recipients, add the contacts you want one at a time. to

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To send the message to persons in a group, select Contact group and the group you want. To retrieve the contacts to which you recently sent messages, select Add > Recently used. 5. To send the message, select Send.

Receive an audio message
When your phone receives audio messages, either 1 audio message received, or N messages received is displayed, where N is the number of new messages. To open the message, select Play; or if more than one message is received, select Show > Play. To listen to the message later, select Exit. Select Options to see the available options.

■ Instant messaging
Instant messaging (IM) is a way to send short, simple text messages to friends and family, regardless of the mobile system or platform they use (like the internet), as long as they all use the same instant messaging (IM) service. Check with your service provider for availability. Before you can use IM, you must subscribe to the service. To check the availability and costs and to subscribe to the service, contact your wireless service provider and the IM service provider from whom you receive your unique ID, password, and settings. Note: Depending on both your IM service provider and your wireless service provider, you may not have access to all of the features described in this guide. Depending on the network, the active IM conversation may consume the phone battery faster, and you may need to connect the phone to a charger.

Register with an IM service
Before you can use IM, you must register with an IM service to obtain a user name and password. You can obtain a user name and password by registering over the internet (using your computer) with the IM service provider you have selected. During the registration process, you will have the opportunity to create the user name and password of your choice. For more information about signing up for IM services, contact your wireless service provider.

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Log in
1. Select Menu > Messaging > IM > and the service you want to log into. You must select the IM service every time you log in. 2. Enter your screen name and password if they are not already displayed. 3. Select Options > Sign In. Depending on your IM service, you may not need to enter your user name and password manually every time you log in. You can choose to save your password so you do not have to enter it each time you sign in, or you can choose to log in automatically and skip the log in window when you select the IM application. Scroll to Save password or Automatic sign-in and select Mark.

Icons and menu items
Each IM service provider has its own unique interface, so the IM menu items, display text, and icons on your phone may appear differently for each IM service. If you have questions about the differences in the various IM service providers’ text and icons, contact your wireless service provider for more information.

IM menus
IM PROVIDER SELECTION MENU When you select IM from your phone menu, a list of available IM services is displayed. Select the desired IM service to access the offline menu options: Sign On, Saved Conversations., and Network settings. Depending on the IM service provider you are using, these may not be the exact menu items displayed. ONLINE MENU After you log into IM, the following IM online options appear: Conversations, Online contacts, and Offline contacts. Depending on the IM service provider you are using, these may not be the exact menu items displayed.

Begin an IM session
You can send instant messages to anyone if you have the person’s user name and you use the same IM service. As the conversation progresses, the most recent message appears at the bottom of the window, causing the previous messages to move up one level (some IM services may do this in the opposite direction). If you want to chat with a person, you must first add that person to Online contacts. See "Contacts," p. 37. To begin an IM session, do the following: 1. From the IM online menu, select a contact who is online.

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2. A conversation window is opened, and the contact’s name is displayed at the top. 3. Enter a message. When you finish the message, select OK.

Receive and reply to messages
If you have an active chat open and receive an instant message from the contact or group member with whom you are chatting, the new message is displayed on the conversation window in the sequence in which they are received. Select Write to reply. If you receive an instant message when you have the IM application open, but do not have an active chat open, a message appears showing you have a new instant message with the name of the sender. Select Open to open the conversation window with that contact’s new message displayed. To reply, select Write, enter a message, and select OK. If you receive an instant message when you are logged in to the IM service, but do not have the IM application open on your phone, a message is displayed telling you that a new IM message has been received. Select Start to open the IM application, and view the new message.

Return to chat session
From the IM online menu, select Conversations. This list displays all IM conversations and group chats in which you are currently participating. To view a conversation or continue chatting, select a group name or contact name.

Use detail from a chat
If a contact sends you a phone number or URL in a chat session, you can call that phone number or connect to the URL. From the chat session, select Menu > Use Detail. A list of phone numbers or URLs from the chat session is displayed. Select the desired item. If you select a URL, the IM application closes and the web browser starts. To log back into the IM application, select Menu > Messaging > IM. The IM application opens, and you can see your conversations and contacts.

Chat session options
You can save, view, rename, or delete a chat session. To save a chat session, while you have the conversation open, select Menu > Save, edit the name if desired, and select OK. To view a saved chat session, from the IM online menu, select Menu > Saved conversations. Scroll to the desired conversation name, and select Open. To rename a saved chat session, from the IM online menu, select Menu > Saved conversations. Scroll to the desired conversation name, and select Menu > Rename. Rename the conversation, and select OK.

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To delete a saved chat session, from the IM online menu, select Menu > Saved conversations. Scroll to the desired conversation name, and select Menu > Delete > OK.

Set your availability
You can determine if other users can tell whether you are available or not. From the IM online menu, highlight your name at the top of the window, and select Menu > My Status > Available, Invisible, or Busy.

Contacts
You can add the names of contacts with whom you interact frequently by IM to the contacts list. ADD A NEW CONTACT To add a contact during an IM session, select Menu > Add Contact > OK. Enter a nickname and select OK. To add a new contact from the IM online menu, select Menu > Add Contact. Enter the contact’s user name for the IM service, and select OK. Enter a nickname for the contact, and select OK. REMOVE A CONTACT From the IM online menu, select Online contacts or Offline contacts. Scroll to the contact you wish to remove, and select Menu > Delete contact > OK.

Log off service
EXIT IM From the IM online window, you can exit the IM application, but still be connected to the IM service. Select Back until the IM online window appears; then select Exit. If you open IM again, you do not need to log in again. You can receive instant messages and chat invitations from your contacts when using your phone for other purposes, such as playing a game. If you are connected to your IM service, but you have not used your IM application for some time, you may be automatically disconnected from the IM service. The next time you open the IM application, you must log in again. LOG OUT OF IM To disconnect from the IM service, you must log out from the online window. You are taken to the IM service provider list, where you can exit the IM application or select an IM service and log in again. From the IM online screen, select Sign Out > OK.

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■ E-mail
E-mail provides access to certain common e-mail services. If you have an e-mail account with one of the supported e-mail services, then you can use this application to access your e-mail account. With this application you can view your inbox, compose and send e-mail, receive e-mail, receive notification of new e-mail, and delete e-mail. This e-mail application is different from the SMS and MMS e-mail function. If you do not have an e-mail account already, visit the Web site of one of the e-mail service providers and register for an e-mail account. If you have questions regarding the cost of e-mail service, contact your wireless service provider.

Start E-mail
1. Select Menu > Messaging > E-mail. 2. Highlight and select the provider with which you have an e-mail account. Alternatively, you can select Options > Add account and the appropriate provider from the list. 3. Read and accept the terms of use, if you are presented with any. 4. Enter your user id and password. Note that the password is case sensitive. 5. If you wish to have your login information remembered, highlight the checkbox option, and select Mark. 6. Select Save. After the account is successfully validated, it appears on the list. If you select to have your login information remembered, when you next select that account, the first page of your e-mail inbox view will automatically be loaded. If the login information has not been remembered, you must login to start using your e-mail account.

View the inbox and other folders
The inbox view will load the first page of the inbox by default. Use the navigation keys to scroll up or down in the inbox. To navigate from the inbox to another folder, scroll right or left. This switches the tab view from the current folder to the next folder. Scroll to the desired folder. Stop at the desired folder and the first page of that folder loads automatically. When folder content is loaded, it will not be updated again until you select Options > Check for Mail. To view an e-mail, select the e-mail. When you highlight a particular e-mail, you see an expanded view with more details about the e-mail.

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Write and send
1. To start writing an e-mail from the inbox view, select Options > Compose New. 2. Enter the recipient’s e-mail address, a subject, and the e-mail message. 3. Select Send to send the e-mail.

Reply and forward
1. When viewing an e-mail, select Options > Reply, Reply to all, or Forward. The e-mail view loads with the appropriate fields completed. 2. Enter the remaining information. 3. Select Send to send the e-mail.

Delete
To delete an e-mail from the inbox view, select Options > Delete. To mark multiple e-mails to be deleted, select Options > Mark for deletion. To delete marked e-mail, select Options > Delete marked. To delete an e-mail you are viewing, select Delete.

Settings
From the inbox view, select Options > Settings to set the following preferences: Folder display—to view e-mails in the inbox view by their From Address or their Subject. Confirm deletion—to be prompted with a delete confirmation or not. Message AutoExpand—to automatically expand the e-mail message in the inbox view when it is highlighted. Highlight and select your desired preferences. To apply your preference changes, select Save. These preferences are applied to all of your e-mail accounts.

E-mail alerts
To set e-mail alerts on or off from the inbox view, select Options > E-mail Alerts. If e-mail alerts are enabled, you get notifications of new e-mails. This setting only applies to the current e-mail account, and does not affect the notification settings of other e-mail accounts in E-mail.

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■ Voice mail
If you subscribe to voice mail (network service), your service provider will furnish you with a voice mailbox number. The number may be pre-populated in your phone during the activation process. If not, you need to save this number to your phone to use voice mail. When you receive a voice message, your phone lets you know by beeping, displaying a message, or both. If you receive more than one message, your phone shows the number of messages received. To call your voice mailbox, select Menu > Messaging > Voice mail > Listen to voice mails. To enter, find, or edit your voice mailbox number, select Voice mailbox number or, in the standby mode, press and hold 1. If supported by the network, call your voice mailbox number. indicates new voice messages. Select Listen to

■ Service commands
Use the Service commands editor to enter and send service requests (also known as USSD commands) to your service provider. Contact your service provider for information about specific service commands. Select Menu > Messaging > Service commands.

■ Delete messages
To delete messages one by one, select Menu > Messaging > Delete messages > By message and the folder from which you want to delete messages. Scroll to the message you want to delete and select Delete. To delete more than one message at the same time, scroll to one of the messages you want to delete and select Options > Mark. Scroll to each additional message you want to delete and select Mark or, to delete all the messages, select Options > Mark all. When you have finished marking the messages you want to delete, select Options > Delete marked. To delete all messages from a folder, select Menu > Messaging > Delete messages > By folder and the folder from which you want to delete the messages. Depending on the folder, the phone asks if you want to delete the messages. To delete, select Yes. Otherwise, if the folder contains unread messages or messages that are waiting to be sent, the phone asks whether you want to keep them. To keep these messages, select Yes. To delete all messages from all folders, select Menu > Messaging > Delete messages > All messages > Yes.

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■ Message settings
General settings
General settings are common for text and multimedia messages. Select Menu > Messaging > Message settings > General settings and one of the following options: Save sent messages > Yes — to set the phone to save the sent messages in the Sent folder Overwriting in Sent folder — to select if overwriting takes place when messages are sent and the message memory is full Font size — to select the font size used in messages Graphical smileys > Yes — to set the phone to replace character-based smileys with graphical ones

Text messages
The text message settings affect the sending, receiving, and viewing of text and SMS e-mail messages. Select Menu > Messaging > Message settings > Text messages and one of the following options: Message centers > Add center — to set the phone number and name of the message center that is required for sending text messages. You receive this number from your service provider. Message center in use — to select the message center in use E-mail message centers > Add center — to set the phone numbers and name of the e-mail center for sending SMS e-mails. E-mail center in use — to select the SMS e-mail message center in use Use packet data > Yes — to set GPRS as the preferred SMS bearer Character support > Full — to select all characters in the messages to be sent as viewed. If you select Reduced, characters with accents and other marks may be converted to other characters. When writing a message, you can check how the message will look to the recipient by previewing the message. See “Write and send,” p. 29.

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Multimedia
The multimedia message settings affect the sending, receiving, and viewing of multimedia messages and audio messages. You may receive the configuration settings for multimedia messaging as a configuration message. See “Configuration settings service,” p. 10. You can also enter the settings manually. See “Configuration,” p. 76. Select Menu > Messaging > Message settings > Multimedia and one of the following options: Delivery reports > On — to ask the network to send delivery reports about your messages (network service) Image size (multimedia) — to define the default image size used in multimedia messages Default slide timing — to define the default time between slides in multimedia messages Incoming multi- media messages — to allow the reception of multimedia messages automatically, manually after being prompted, or to decline the reception. This setting is not shown if Allow multimedia reception is set to No. Allow advertisements — to receive or decline advertisements. This setting is not shown if Allow multimedia reception is set to No or Incoming multi- media messages is set to Reject. Configuration settings > Configuration — only the configurations that support multimedia messaging are shown. Select a service provider, Default, or Personal config. for multimedia messaging. Select Account and a multimedia messaging service account contained in the active configuration settings.

E-mail messages
The settings affect the sending, receiving, and viewing of e-mail. You may receive the settings as a configuration message. See “Configuration settings service,” p. 10. You can also enter the settings manually. See “Configuration,” p. 76. Select Menu > Messaging > Message settings > E-mail messages and from the following options: Configuration — to select the set that you want to activate Account — to select an account provided by the service provider My name — to enter your name or nickname E-mail address — to enter your e-mail address

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Incoming server type — to select the incoming e-mail server type Login information — to enter information according to the server type Incoming mail settings — to select the maximum number of mails that shall be retrieved Outgoing mail settings (SMTP) — to enter SMTP (simple mail transfer protocol) information and setting options used when sending e-mail Display terminal window > Yes — to perform manual user authentication for intranet connections

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8. Recent Calls
The phone logs the phone numbers of identified missed, received, and dialed calls, and the approximate length of your calls. The phone registers missed and received calls only if the network supports these functions and the phone is turned on and within the network’s service area. To view the information on your calls, select Menu > Recent Calls > Missed calls, Calls received, or Calls made. To view your recent missed and received calls and the calls made chronologically, select All calls. To view the contacts to whom you most recently sent messages, select Message recipients. To view the approximate information on your recent communications, select Menu > Recent Calls > Call time, Packet data counter, or Packet data conn. timer. To view how many text and multimedia messages you have sent and received, select Menu > Recent Calls > Message log. Note: The actual invoice for calls and services from your service provider may vary, depending on network features, rounding off for billing, taxes, and so on. Some timers, including the life timer, may be reset during service or software upgrades.

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9. MEdia Net
Your phone has a built-in browser, which can be used to connect to selected services on the mobile internet. Many wireless mobile internet access features are network-dependent, and some features may not be available. Contact your service provider for more information.

■ Technology background
A technology called wireless application protocol (WAP) is to mobile devices what the world wide web (WWW) is to personal computers. Most WAP sites are made up of text and hyperlinks. Some pages even contain low-resolution graphics or require data input. You may not be able to view all the details of the mobile internet pages, as page appearance may vary due to screen size.

■ Service provider
Because mobile internet content is designed to be viewed from your phone, your service provider is now your mobile internet service provider as well. It is likely that your service provider has created a home page and set up your WAP browser to go to this page when you log on to the mobile internet. Once at your service provider’s home page, you may find links to a number of other sites.

■ Access service
Set up service
You may receive the configuration settings required for browsing as a configuration message from the service provider that offers the service that you want to use. See “Configuration settings service,” p. 10. You can also enter all the configuration settings manually. See “Configuration,” p. 76.

Activate the settings
Ensure that the MEdia Net settings of the service you want to use are activated. 1. Select Menu > MEdia Net > Settings > Configuration settings > Configuration. Only the configurations that support the browsing service are shown. 2. Select a service provider or Personal config. for browsing.

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3. Select Account and a browsing service account contained in the active configuration settings. 4. To perform manual user authentication for intranet connections, select Display terminal window > Yes.

Connect to a service
There are several ways to connect to a service. • To open the service’s home page, select Menu > MEdia Net > MEdia Net; or in the standby mode, press and hold 0. • To select a bookmark, select Menu > MEdia Net > Bookmarks. • To select the last viewed web site, select Menu > MEdia Net > Last web address. • To enter the address of the service, select Menu > MEdia Net > Go to, enter the address of the service, and select OK.

■ Browse
It should not be necessary to manually configure the browser on your phone. Normally this is done by your service provider once you have subscribed to the feature. Contact your service provider if you have problems using the browser. After you make a connection to the service, you can start browsing its pages. The function of the phone keys may vary in different services. Follow the text guides on the phone display. For more information, contact your service provider. If EGPRS or GPRS is selected as the data bearer, either or is shown in the top left of the display during browsing. If you receive a call or a text message, or make a call during an EGPRS or GPRS connection, or is shown in the top right of the display to indicate that the EGPRS or GPRS connection is suspended (on hold). After a call, the phone tries to reconnect the EGPRS or GPRS connection.

Phone keys
• To browse through the page, press the scroll key in any direction. • To select a highlighted item, press the call key. • To enter letters and numbers, press the keys, 0 to 9. • To enter special characters, press *.

Options
Beside the options available on your device, your service provider may offer other options.

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Direct calling
The browser supports functions that you can access while browsing. You can make a phone call or save a name and a phone number from a page.

Appearance settings
While browsing, select Options > Other options > Appear. settings or, in the standby mode, select Menu > MEdia Net > Settings > Appearance settings and one of the following options: Text wrapping > On — to set the text to continue on the next line in the display. If you select Off, the text is abbreviated. Font size — to set the font size for mobile internet pages. Show images > No — to hide pictures on the page. This can speed up the browsing of pages that contain a lot of pictures. Alerts > Alert for unsecure connection > Yes — to set the phone to alert when an encrypted connection changes to an unencrypted one during browsing. Alerts > Alert for unsecure items > Yes — to set the phone to alert when an encrypted page contains a nonsecure item. These alerts do not guarantee a secure connection. For more information, see “Browser security,” p. 49. Character encoding > Content encoding — to select the encoding for the browser page content. Character encoding > Unicode (UTF-8) web addresses > On — to set the phone to send a URL as a UTF-8 encoding. You may need this setting when you access a web page created in a foreign language. Screen size > Full or Small — to set the screen layout. JavaScript > Enable — to enable JavaScript™.

■ Security settings
Cookies
A cookie is data that a site saves in the cache memory of your phone. Cookies are saved until you clear the cache memory. See “Cache memory,” p. 49. While browsing, select Options > Other options > Security > Cookie settings; or in the standby mode, select Menu > MEdia Net > Settings > Security settings > Cookies. To allow or prevent the phone from receiving cookies, select Allow or Reject.

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Scripts over secure connection
You can select whether to allow the running of scripts from a secure page. The phone supports wireless markup language (WML) scripts. While browsing, select Options > Other options > Security > WMLScript sett.; or in the standby mode, select Menu > MEdia Net > Settings > Security settings > WMLScripts over secure connection. To allow the scripts, select Allow.

■ Bookmarks
You can save page addresses as bookmarks in the phone memory. 1. While browsing, select Options > Bookmarks; or in the standby mode, select Menu > MEdia Net > Bookmarks. 2. Scroll to a bookmark and select it or press the call key to make a connection to the page associated with the bookmark. 3. Select Options to view, edit, delete, or send the bookmark; create a new bookmark; or move the bookmark to a folder. Your device may have some bookmarks loaded for sites not affiliated with Nokia. Nokia does not warrant or endorse these sites. If you choose to access them, you should take the same precautions, for security or content, as you would with any internet site.

Receive
When you have received a bookmark that is sent as a bookmark, 1 bookmark received is displayed. The received bookmark is saved automatically to Bookmarks. To view it, select Show > Bookmarks.

■ Download settings
To automatically save all downloaded files in My Stuff, select Menu > MEdia Net > Settings > Downloading settings > Automatic saving > On.

■ Service inbox
The phone is able to receive service messages (pushed messages) sent by your service provider (network provider). Service messages are notifications (for example, news headlines). These messages may contain a text message or an address of a service. To access the Service inbox in the standby mode, when you have received a service message, select Show. If you select Exit, the message is moved to the Service inbox. To access the Service inbox later, select Menu > MEdia Net > Service inbox.

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Service inbox settings
Select Menu > MEdia Net > Settings > Service inbox settings. To set whether you want to receive service messages, select Service messages > On or Off. To set the phone to receive service messages only from content authors approved by the service provider, select Message filter > On. To view the list of the approved content authors, select Trusted channels. To set the phone to automatically activate the browser from the standby mode when the phone has received a service message, select Automatic connection > On. If you select Off, the phone activates the browser only after you select Retrieve when the phone has received a service message.

■ Cache memory
A cache is a memory location that is used to store data temporarily. If you have tried to access or have accessed confidential information requiring passwords, empty the cache after each use. The information or services you have accessed is stored in the cache. To empty the cache, while browsing, select Options > Other options > Clear the cache. To empty the cache, while in the standby mode, select Menu > MEdia Net > Clear the cache.

■ Browser security
Security features may be required for some services, such as online banking or shopping. For such connections you need security certificates and possibly a security module, which may be available on your SmartChip card. For more information, contact your service provider.

Security module
The security module improves security services for applications requiring a browser connection and allows you to use a digital signature. The security module may contain certificates as well as private and public keys. The certificates are saved in the security module by the service provider. Select Menu > Settings > Security > Security module settings and one of the following options: Security module details — to display the security module title, manufacturer, and serial number

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Module PIN request — to set the phone to ask for the module PIN when using services provided by the security module. Enter the code and select On. To disable the module PIN request, select Off. Change module PIN — to change the module PIN, if allowed by the security module. Enter the current module PIN code, then the new code twice. Change signing PIN — to change the signing PIN code for the digital signature. Select the signing PIN you want to change. Enter the current PIN code, then enter the new code twice. See also “Access codes,” p. 9.

Certificates
Important: Even if the use of certificates makes the risks involved in remote connections and software installation considerably smaller, they must be used correctly in order to benefit from increased security. The existence of a certificate does not offer any protection by itself; the certificate manager must contain correct, authentic, or trusted certificates for increased security to be available. Certificates have a restricted lifetime. If Expired certificate or Certificate not valid yet is shown even if the certificate should be valid, check that the current date and time in your device are correct. Before changing any certificate settings, you must make sure that you really trust the owner of the certificate and that the certificate really belongs to the listed owner. There are three kinds of certificates: server certificates, authority certificates, and user certificates. You may receive these certificates from your service provider. Authority certificates and user certificates may also be saved in the security module by the service provider. To view the list of the authority or user certificates downloaded into your phone, select Menu > Settings > Security > Authority certificates or User certificates. The security indicator is displayed during a connection, if the data transmission between the phone and the content server is encrypted. The security icon does not indicate that the data transmission between the gateway and the content server (or place where the requested resource is stored) is secure. The service provider secures the data transmission between the gateway and the content server.

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Digital signature
You can make digital signatures with your phone if your SmartChip card has a security module. Using the digital signature can be the same as signing your name to a paper bill, contract, or other document. To make a digital signature, select a link on a page, such as the title of the book you want to buy and its price. The text to sign is displayed, which may include the amount and date. Check that the header text is Read and that the digital signature icon is displayed. If the digital signature icon does not appear, there is a security breach. You should not enter any personal data such as your signing PIN. To sign the text, read all of the text first and select Sign. The text may not fit within a single screen. Therefore, make sure to scroll through and read all of the text before signing. Select the user certificate you want to use. Enter the signing PIN (see “Access codes,” p. 9) and select OK. The digital signature icon disappears and the service may display a confirmation of your purchase.

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10. AT&T Mall
This menu provides access to the AT&T Mall website. The AT&T Mall provides links to a variety of content that may be purchased and downloaded to your phone. If you have questions about billing or about accessing this website, please contact your service provider.

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11. Music
This menu provides access to the music player and various music-related tools. To open the music player, select Menu > Music > Music player. See “Music player,” p. 56, for more information on using the music player.

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12. My Stuff
In this menu, you can manage graphics, images, recordings, and tones, which are files arranged in folders. This menu also includes multimedia and entertainment features available in the phone, and features that assist you in organizing daily tasks. Your phone supports an activation key system to protect acquired content. Always check the delivery terms of any content and activation key before acquiring them, as they may be subject to a fee.

■ Tones & Graphics
In Tones & Gr. you can manage images, video clips, music files, themes, graphics, tones, recordings, and received files. These files are stored in the phone memory or an attached microSD memory card and may be arranged in folders. The files stored in Tones & Gr. use the memory capacity of the phone. You can use a compatible memory card to extend the memory capacity to store images, themes, graphics, ringing tones, video clips, and sound clips in Tones & Gr.. To manage the files and folders, do the following: 1. Select Menu > My Stuff > Tones & Gr.. A list of folders is shown. If a memory card is inserted in the phone, the folder Memory card, (unformat.) or the name of the memory card is shown. 2. Scroll to the folder you want. To view a list of files in the folder, select Open. For the available options, select Options. 3. Scroll to the file you want to view and select Open. For the available options, select Options.

Format memory card
To format a new memory card, select Menu > My Stuff > Tones & Gr.. Scroll to the memory card folder and select Options > Format mem. card.

■ Multimedia
This submenu includes multimedia and entertainment features available in the phone.

Camera
You can take photos or record video clips with the built-in camera. The camera produces pictures in JPEG format and video clips in 3GPP format. The camera lens is on the front of the phone. The color display works as a viewfinder.

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Take a photo
1. Select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Camera > Capture or press the camera key and select Capture. The phone saves the photo in Menu > My Stuff > Tones & Gr. > Images unless you set the phone to use the memory card to save photos. 2. To take another photo, select Back. 3. To zoom in or out, press the four-way navigation key up or down. 4. To take up to five photos in quick succession, select Options > Img. sequence on > Sequen. To take another photo, select Options > New image. The higher the resolution, the fewer photos you can take sequentially. 5. To send the photo as a multimedia message, select Send. 6. To set a timer to delay capturing a photo for 10 seconds, select Options > Self-timer on > Start. A beep sounds while the self-timer is running. It beeps faster when the camera is about to capture the photo. After the time-out, the camera takes the photo and saves the photo in Menu > My Stuff > Tones & Gr. > Images. To take a photo when the lighting is dim, the camera automatically adjusts a longer exposure time so the photo quality is better. This Nokia device supports an image capture resolution up to 640 x 480 pixels. The image resolution in these materials may appear different.

Record a video clip
Select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Camera > Options > Video > Record. To pause recording, select Pause; to resume recording, select Continue. To stop recording, select Stop. The phone saves the recording in Menu > My Stuff > Tones & Gr. > Video clips. To view the options, select Options.

Camera settings
Select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Camera > Options > Settings and edit the available settings.

Camera effects
Select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Camera > Options > Effects and one of the available options.

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Media player
With the media player you can view, play, and download files, such as images, audio, video and animated images. You can also view compatible streaming videos from a network server (network service). Select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Media player > Open Tones & Gr., Bookmarks, Go to, Media downloads, or Streaming sett. . Select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Media player > FF/Rew interval to set the step width for fast forward or rewind.

Set for streaming service
You may receive the configuration settings required for the streaming as a configuration message from the service provider. See “Configuration settings service,” p. 10. To enter the settings manually, see “Configuration,” p. 76. Select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Media player > Streaming sett. and one of the following options: Configuration — Only the configurations that support streaming are displayed. Select a service provider, Default, or Personal config. Account — Select a streaming service account contained in the active configuration settings.

Music player
Your phone includes a music player for listening to music tracks, recordings, or MP3, MP4, WMA (Windows Media Audio), AAC, AAC+, or eAAC+ sound files that you have transferred to the phone with the Nokia Music Manager application. Music files are automatically detected and added to the default track list.

Play music tracks
1. Select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Music player. The details of the first track on the default track list are shown. 2. To play a track, scroll to the track and select 3. To skip to the beginning of the next track, select twice. of the previous track, select . . To skip to the beginning

. To fast forward the current 4. To rewind the current track, select and hold . Release the key at the position you want. track, select and hold 5. To pause the playing, select . Warning: Listen to music at a moderate level. Continuous exposure to high volume may damage your hearing.

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Settings
In the Music player menu, the following options may be available: Show tracks — to view all the tracks available on the track list. To play a track, scroll to the track you want and select Play. Music library — to browse your music library according to following criteria: All tracks, Artists, Albums, Genres, Composers or Track lists. To update the contents of your music library, select Update library. Play options > Random > On — to play the tracks in the track list in random order. Select Repeat > Current track or All tracks to play the current track or the entire track list repeatedly. Equalizer — to open the list of media equalizer sets. See “Equalizer,” p. 59. Add to Favorites — to add the current song to the Favorites track list. Play via Bluetooth — to connect and play music through a bluetooth enabled audio accessory using bluetooth connection. Send — to send the selected file using MMS or a bluetooth connection. Web page — to connect to a browser service related to the current track. This function is only available when the address of the service is included in the track. Music downloads — to download music through web. Check memory — to view the free and used memory capacity.

Radio
The FM radio depends on an antenna other than the wireless device antenna. A compatible headset or enhancement needs to be attached to the device for the FM radio to function properly. Warning: Listen to music at a moderate level. Continuous exposure to high volume may damage your hearing. Select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Radio. To use the graphical keys , , , or on the phone display, scroll left or right to the key you want and select it.

Save channels
1. To start the channel search, select and hold or frequency in 0.05 MHz steps, press or . . To change the radio

2. To save the channel to a memory location 1 to 9, press and hold the corresponding number key. 3. To save the channel in the memory location from 10 to 20, press 1 or 2, and press and hold the number key (0 to 9) you want. 4. Enter the name of the channel and select OK.

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Listen
1. Select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Radio. 2. To scroll to the channel you want, select , , or press the headset key. 3. To select a radio channel location, briefly press the corresponding number keys. 4. Select Options and one of the following options: Turn off — to turn off the radio. Loudspeaker or Headset — to listen to the radio using the loudspeaker (limited to FM radio) or headset. Keep the headset connected to the phone. The lead of the headset functions as the radio antenna. Mono output or Stereo output — to listen to the radio in monophonic sound or in stereo. Stations — to select the list of saved channels. To delete or rename a channel or edit the visual service ID, scroll to the channel you want and select Options > Delete station or Rename or Visual service ID. Search all stations — to start automatic search and save function for all available radio channels. The search picks up only the strongest available radio channels. Set frequency — to enter the frequency of the radio channel you want. You can normally make a call or answer an incoming call while listening to the radio. During the call, the volume of the radio is muted. When an application using a packet data or HSCSD connection is sending or receiving data, it may interfere with the radio.

Recorder
You can record pieces of speech, sound, or an active call. This is useful when recording a name and phone number for writing them down later.

Record sound
1. Select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Recorder. 2. To start recording, select . To start recording during a call, select Options > Record. While recording a call, all parties to the call hear a faint beeping sound. When recording a call, hold the phone in the normal position near to your ear. 3. To stop recording, select . The recording is saved in Menu > My Stuff > Tones & Gr. > Audio. 4. To listen to the latest recording, select Options > Play last recorded. 5. To send the last recording using bluetooth or as a multimedia message, select Options > Send last recorded.

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List of recordings
1. Select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Recorder > Options > Audio list. The list of folders in Tones & Gr. is shown. 2. Open Audio to see the list with recordings. 3. Select Options to select options for files in Tones & Gr.. See “Tones & Graphics,” p. 54.

Define a storage folder
To use a folder other than Audio as the default folder in Tones & Gr., select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Recorder > Options > Select memory and a folder from the list.

Equalizer
You can control the sound quality when using the music player by amplifying or attenuating frequency bands. 1. Select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Equalizer. 2. To activate a set, scroll to one of the equalizer sets and select Activate. 3. To view, edit, or rename a selected set, select Options > View, Edit, or Rename. Not all sets can be edited or renamed.

Stereo widening
This function can only be used if your Nokia mobile phone is connected to a compatible stereo headset. To enhance the sound that is available in stereo with a wider stereo effect, select Menu > My Stuff > Multimedia > Stereo wid... > On.

■ Tools
Your Nokia mobile phone has many useful features for organizing your everyday life. The following features are found in Tools: alarm clock, calendar, to-do list, notes, calculator, countdown timer, and stopwatch.

Alarm clock
The alarm clock uses the time format set for the clock. The alarm clock works even when the phone is turned off if there is enough power in the battery. To set the alarm, select Menu > My Stuff > Tools > Alarm clock > Alarm time and enter the alarm time. To change the alarm time when the alarm time is set, select On. To set the phone to alert you on selected days of the week, select Repeat alarm.

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To select the alarm tone or set a radio channel as the alarm tone, select Menu > My Stuff > Tools > Alarm clock > Alarm tone. If you select the radio as an alarm tone, connect the headset to the phone. The phone uses the last channel you listened to as the alarm, and the alarm plays through the loudspeaker. If you remove the headset or switch off the phone, the default alarm tone replaces the radio. To set a snooze time-out, select Snooze time-out and the time you want.

Alert tone and message
The phone sounds an alert tone and flashes Alarm! and the current time on the display, even if the phone is switched off. To stop the alarm, select Stop. If you let the phone continue to sound the alarm for a minute or select Snooze, the alarm stops for the selected snooze time-out and then resumes. If the alarm time is reached while the device is switched off, the device switches itself on and starts sounding the alarm tone. If you select Stop, the device asks whether you want to activate the device for calls. Select No to switch off the device or Yes to make and receive calls. Do not select Yes when wireless phone use may cause interference or danger.

Calendar
The calendar helps you keep track of reminders, calls that you need to make, meetings, and birthdays. Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools > Calendar. The current day is indicated by a frame in the month view. If there are any notes set for the day, the day is in bold type. To view the day notes, select View. To view a week, select Options > Week view. To delete all notes in the calendar, select the month or week view and Options > Delete all notes. Other options for the calendar day view are make a note; delete, edit, or move a note; copy a note to another day; send a note with Bluetooth wireless technology; or send a note as a text message or multimedia message to the calendar of another compatible phone. In Settings, you can set the date and time settings. In the Auto-delete notes option, you can set the phone to delete old notes automatically after a specified time.

Make a note
Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools > Calendar, the date you want, and Options > Make a note, and one of the following note types: Meeting, Call, Birthday, Memo or Reminder.

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Note alarm
The phone beeps and displays the note. If a call note appears, to call the displayed number, press the call key. To stop the alarm and to view the note, select View. To stop the alarm for 10 minutes, select Snooze. To stop the alarm without viewing the note, select Exit.

To-do list
To save a note for a task that you have to do, select a priority level for the note, and mark it as done when you have completed it. Notes can be sorted by priority or by date.

To-do notes
1. Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools > To-do list. 2. If no note is added, select Add note; otherwise, select Options > Add. 3. Write the note, select the priority, set the deadline and the alarm type for the note, and select Save. 4. To view a note, scroll to it and select View.

Notes
Use Notes to write and send notes to compatible devices by using SMS or MMS. 1. Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools > Notes. 2. To make a note if one is not added, select Add note; otherwise, select Options > Make a note. 3. Write the note and select Save. 4. To view a note, scroll to it and select View.

Calculator
The calculator in your phone provides basic arithmetic and trigonometric functions; calculates the square, the square root, and the inverse of a number; and converts currency values. Note: This calculator has limited accuracy and is designed for simple calculations. Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools > Calculator. Press # for a decimal point. Scroll to the desired operation or function, or select it from the Options. To save the exchange rate, select Options > Exchange rate. To perform the currency conversion, enter the amount to be converted and select Options > Foreign unit in domestic units or Domestic unit in foreign units.

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Timer
1. Select Menu > My Stuff > Tools > Timer > Normal timer; enter the alarm time in hours, minutes, and seconds; and select OK. You can write your own note text, which will display when the time expires. 2. To start the timer, select Start. 3. To change the countdown time, select Change time. 4. To stop the timer, select Stop timer. If the alarm time is reached when the phone is in the standby mode, the phone sounds a tone and flashes the note text (if it is set) or Countdown completed. Stop the alarm by pressing any key. If no key is pressed, the alarm automatically stops within 60 seconds. To stop the alarm and to delete the note text, select Exit. To restart the countdown timer, select Restart.

Stopwatch
You can measure time, take intermediate times, or take lap times using the stopwatch. During timing, the other functions of the phone can be used. To set the stopwatch timing in the background, press the end key. Using the stopwatch or allowing it to run in the background when using other features increases the demand on battery power and reduces the battery life.

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13. Address Book
In Address Book, you can store and manage contact information, such as names, phone numbers, and addresses. You can save names and numbers in the internal memory of the phone, the SmartChip card memory, or in a combination of the two. Names and numbers saved in the SmartChip card memory, are indicated by .

■ Find a contact
Select Menu > Address Book > Names and scroll through the list of contacts or enter the first letter of the name you are trying to find.

■ Save names and phone numbers
Names and numbers are saved in the used memory. Select Menu > Address Book > Names > Options > Add new contact. Enter the last name, first name, and phone number.

■ Save numbers, items, or an image
In the phone memory for contacts, you can save different types of phone numbers and short text items per name. You can also assign a ringing tone to a contact. The first number you save is automatically set as the default number and it is indicated with a frame around the number type indicator (for example, ). When you select a name, the default number is used unless you select another number. 1. Make sure that the memory in use is either Phone or Phone and SChip. See “Settings,” p. 64. 2. Scroll to the name to which you want to add a new number or text item and select Details > Options > Add detail. 3. To add a number, select Number and one of the number types. 4. To add another detail, select a text type, an image from Tones & Gr., or a new image. 5. To change the number type, scroll to the number you want and select Options > Change type. To set the selected number as the default number, select Set as default. 6. Enter the number or text item. To save it, select Save. 7. To return to standby mode, select Back > Exit.

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■ Copy a contact
Find the contact you want to copy and select Options > Copy contact. You can copy names and phone numbers from the phone contact memory to the SmartChip card memory or vice versa. The SmartChip card memory can save names with one phone number attached to them.

■ Edit contact details
1. Find the contact you want to edit, select Details; and scroll to the name, number, text item, or image you want. 2. To edit a name, number, or text item, or to change image, select Options > Edit. You cannot edit an ID when it is on the IM contacts or the Subscribed names list.

■ Delete contacts or details
To delete all the contacts and the details attached to them from the phone or SmartChip card memory, select Menu > Address Book > Delete all contacts > From phone mem. or From SmartChip. Confirm with the security code. To delete a contact, find the contact you want and select Options > Delete contact. To delete a number, text item, or an image attached to the contact, find the contact and select Details. Scroll to the desired detail and select Options > Delete > Delete number, Delete detail, or Delete image. Deleting an image from contacts does not delete it from My Stuff.

■ Business cards
You can send and receive a person’s contact information from a compatible device that supports the vCard standard as a business card. To send a business card, find the contact whose information you want to send and select Details > Options > Send bus. card >Via multimedia, Via text message, or Via Bluetooth. When you have received a business card, select Show > Save to save the business card in the phone memory. To discard the business card, select Exit > Yes.

■ Settings
Select Menu > Address Book > Settings and one of the following options: Memory in use — to select the SmartChip card or phone memory for your contacts. Select Phone and SChip to recall names and number from both memories. In that case, when you save names and numbers, they are saved in the phone memory.

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Address book view — to select how the names and numbers in Address Book are displayed Name display — to select whether the contact’s first or last name is displayed first Font size — to set the font size for the list of contacts Check memory — to view the free and used memory capacity

■ Groups
Select Menu > Address Book > Groups to arrange the names and phone numbers saved in the memory into caller groups with a different ringing tone and a group image.

■ Speed dial list
To assign a number to a speed dialing key, select Menu > Address Book > Speed dial list, and scroll to the speed-dialing number that you want. Select Assign or, if a number has already been assigned to the key, select Options > Change. Select Find and the contact you want to assign. If the Speed dialing function is off, the phone asks whether you want to activate it. To make a call using speed dialing, see “Speed dialing,” p. 22.

■ Service and my numbers
Select Menu > Address Book and one of the following options: Service numbers — to call the service numbers of your service provider, if the numbers are included on your SmartChip card (network service) My numbers — to view the phone numbers assigned to your SmartChip card. This is only shown if the numbers are included on your SmartChip card.

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14. Settings
Use this menu to set or change your profiles, themes, personal shortcuts, time and date settings, call settings, connectivity settings, phone settings, main display settings, mini display settings, tone settings, enhancement settings, configuration settings, security settings, and to restore factory settings.

■ Profiles
Your phone has various setting groups, called profiles, for which you can personalize the phone tones for different events and environments. Select Menu > Settings > Set profile and a profile. • To activate the selected profile, select Activate. • To personalize the profile, select Customize and select the setting you want to change, then make the changes. • To set the profile to be active until a certain time (up to 24 hours), select Timed and set the time you want the profile setting to end. When the time set for the profile expires, the previous profile (that was not timed) becomes active.

■ Themes
You can change the look of your phone display by activating a theme. A theme can include a wallpaper image, a ringing tone, a screen saver, and a color scheme. Themes are stored in Menu > My Stuff > Tones & Gr.. Select Menu > Settings > Set theme and one of the following options: Select theme — to set a theme in your phone. A list of folders in Menu > My Stuff > Tones & Gr. opens. Open the Themes folder and select a theme. Themes — to open a list of links to download more themes. See “Download settings,” p. 48.

■ Tones
You can change the settings of the selected active profile. Select Menu > Settings > Tones and edit the available settings. You can find the same settings when you personalize a profile in the Set profile menu. See “Profiles,” p. 66. To set the phone to ring only upon calls from phone numbers that belong to a selected caller group, select Alert for:. Scroll to the caller group you want or All calls and select Mark.

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■ Display
With display settings, you can personalize your display view of the phone.

Main display
You can select display settings for the start screen (main display).

Standby mode settings
Select Menu > Settings > Main display and one of the following options: Wallpaper — to display a background picture (wallpaper) on the start screen. Select Wallpapers and from the following: • Image or • Slide set and an image or a slide from Menu > My Stuff > Tones & Gr. or • Open Camera. Select Graphics to download more graphics. Active standby — to display the active standby options. Select one of the following options: • Active standby mode — to switch active standby on or off. • Personalize view — to change the content and to reorganize the content on the display Options > Move content. • Active standby key — to change the key for accessing the navigation mode. The same setting is also in the My shortcuts menu. See “Enabling active standby,” p. 69. Standby mode font color — to select the color for the texts on the display in the standby mode Navigation key icons — to set the scroll key icons that are shown in the standby mode Fold animation — to select whether an animation is shown when you open and close the fold. The fold animation is only visible if it is supported by and selected from the active theme set in your phone. See “Themes,” on p. 66. Operator logo — to set your phone to display or hide the operator logo. Cell info display > On — to receive information from the service provider depending on the network cell used (network service).

Screen saver
To select a screen saver, select Menu > Settings > Main display > Screen saver > Screen savers > Image, Slide set, Video clip, Open Camera, Analog clock, or Digital clock. To download more screen savers, select Graphics. To enter the time after which the screen saver is activated, select Time-out. To activate the screen saver, select On.

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Font size
This feature allows you to select the font size for Messaging, Address Book, and MEdia Net. Select Menu > Settings > Main display > Font size and one of the following: Messaging — to select the font size you want to use for messages. Select either Extra small font, Normal font, or Large font. Address book — to select the font size you want to display your contacts’ names. Select either Normal font or Large font. Web — to select the font size you want to display for mobile internet pages. Select either Extra small font, Small font, or Normal font.

Mini display
You can select display settings for the mini display on the front of your phone.

Screen saver
Select Menu > Settings > Mini display > Screen saver > Analog clock or Digital clock. To enter the time after which the screen saver is activated, select Time-out. To activate the screen saver, select On.

■ Set time and date
Select Menu > Settings > Set time/date and one of the following options: Time — to set the phone to show or hide the clock in the standby mode, adjust the time and select the time zone and the time format. Date — to set the phone to show or hide the date in the standby mode, set the date and select the date format and date separator. Auto-update of date & time (network service) — to set the phone to automatically update the time and date to the appropriate time zone.

■ My shortcuts
You can set your most frequently used functions to be quickly accessed through the My shortcuts feature.

Left selection key
To select a function from the list for the left selection key, select Menu > Settings > My shortcuts > Left selection key. See also “Standby mode,” p. 18. To activate a function in the standby mode if the left selection key is Options, select Options and the function you want on your personal shortcut list. Select Options and from the following options:

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Select options — to add a function to the shortcut list or to remove one. Scroll to the function and select Mark or Unmark. Organize — to rearrange the functions on your personal shortcut list. Scroll to the function you want to move and select Move. Scroll to where you want to move the function and select OK. Repeat this process, if you want to move another function. When you have completed rearranging the functions you want, select Done > Yes.

Right selection key
To set a specific function (from a predefined list) to the right selection key, select Menu > Settings > My shortcuts > Right selection key. This function can be used only if it is supported by your service provider.

Navigation key
This key allows you to scroll up, down, left, and right. To assign other phone functions (from a predefined list) to the navigation key, select Menu > Settings > My shortcuts > Navigation key. Scroll to the key you want, select Change and a function from the list. To remove a shortcut function from the key, select (empty). To reassign a function for the key, select Assign.

Enabling active standby
This function allows you to select how the active standby mode is activated. Select Menu > Settings > My shortcuts > Active standby key > Navigation key up, Navigat. key down, or Nav. key up/down.

Voice commands
You can call contacts and carry out phone functions by saying voice commands. Voice commands are language-dependent. To set the language, see Voice recognition language in “Phone settings,” p. 74. To select the phone functions to activate with a voice command, select Menu > Settings > My shortcuts > Voice commands and a folder. Scroll to a function you want. indicates that the voice tag is activated. To deactivate the voice command, select Options > Remove. To activate the voice tag, select Add. To play the activated voice command, select Playback. To use voice commands, see “Enhanced voice dialing,” p. 22. To manage the voice commands, scroll to a phone function and select from the following options: Edit or Remove — to change or deactivate the voice command of the selected function Remove all — to deactivate voice commands to all functions in the voice commands list.

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■ Connectivity
You can connect the phone to compatible devices, using Bluetooth wireless technology or USB data cable (CA-53) connection. You can also define the settings for EGPRS or GPRS dial-up connections.

Bluetooth wireless technology
This device is compliant with Bluetooth Specification 2.0 supporting the following profiles: hands-free, headset, network access, object push, file transfer, dial-up networking, SmartChip access, serial port, service discovery application, personal area network, advanced audio distribution, and audio video remote control. To ensure interoperability between other devices supporting Bluetooth technology, use Nokia approved enhancements for this model. Check with the manufacturers of other devices to determine their compatibility with this device. There may be restrictions on using Bluetooth technology in some locations. Check with your local authorities or service provider. Features that use Bluetooth technology, or allow such features to run in the background while using other features, increase the demand on battery power and reduce the battery life. Bluetooth technology allows you to connect the phone to a compatible Bluetooth device within 33 feet (10 meters). Because devices using Bluetooth technology communicate using radio waves, your phone and the other devices do not need to be in direct line-of-sight, although the connection can be subject to interference from obstructions, such as walls or from other electronic devices.

To set up a Bluetooth connection, do the following:
1. Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Bluetooth. 2. To activate or deactivate the Bluetooth function, select Bluetooth > On or Off. indicates an active Bluetooth connection. 3. To find compatible Bluetooth audio devices, select Search for audio enhancements and the device that you want to connect to the phone. To find any Bluetooth device in range, select Paired devices. Select New to list any Bluetooth device in range. Scroll to a device and select Pair. 4. Enter the Bluetooth passcode of the device to associate (pair) the device to your phone. You must only give this passcode when you connect to the device for the first time. Your phone connects to the device and you can start data transfer.

Settings
To define how your phone is shown to other Bluetooth devices, select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Bluetooth > My phone's visibility or My phone's name.

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Operating the phone in hidden mode is a safer way to avoid malicious software. Do not accept Bluetooth connectivity from sources you do not trust. Another alternative is to turn off the Bluetooth functionality. This does not affect other functions of the phone.

Connection
Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Bluetooth. To check which Bluetooth connection is currently active, select Active devices. To view a list of Bluetooth devices that are currently paired with the phone, select Paired devices. Select Options to access available options, depending on the status of the device and the Bluetooth connection.

Packet data
General packet radio service (GPRS) is a network service that allows mobile phones to send and receive data over an internet protocol (IP)-based network. GPRS is a data bearer that enables wireless access to data networks such as the internet. Enhanced GPRS (EGPRS) is similar to GPRS, but enables faster connections. For more information on availability of EGPRS or GPRS and data transfer speed, contact your service provider. The applications that may use EGPRS or GPRS are MMS, video streaming, browsing sessions, e-mail, remote SyncML, Java application downloading, and the PC dial-up. When you have selected GPRS as a data bearer, the phone uses EGPRS instead of GPRS, if this is available in the network. You cannot select between EGPRS and GPRS, but for some applications you may be able to select GPRS or GSM data (circuit switched data, CSD). To define how to use the service, select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Packet data > Packet data connection and one of the following options: When needed — to set the packet data registration and connection to established when an application using packet data needs it and closed when you end the application. Always online — to set the phone to automatically register to a packet data network when you switch the phone on. or indicates that the GPRS or EGPRS service is available. If you receive a call or a text message, or make a call during a GPRS or EGPRS connection, or indicates that the GPRS or EGPRS connection is suspended (on hold).

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Packet data settings
You can connect the phone using Bluetooth wireless technology or USB data cable connection to a compatible PC and use the phone as a modem to enable EGPRS or GPRS connectivity from the PC. To define the settings for EGPRS or GPRS connections from your PC, select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Packet data > Packet data settings > Active access point and activate the access point you want to use. Select Edit active access point > Alias for access point, enter a name to change the access point settings and select OK. Select Packet data access point, enter the access point name (APN) to establish a connection to an EGPRS or GPRS network, and select OK. You can also set the EGPRS or GPRS dial-up service settings (access point name) on your PC, by using the One Touch Access software. See “Nokia PC Suite,” p. 80. If you have set the settings both on your PC and on your phone, the PC settings are used.

Data transfer and synchronization
Synchronize your data from calendar, notes, and contacts with another compatible device (for example, a mobile phone), a compatible PC, or a remote internet server (network service). Your phone allows data transfer with a compatible PC or another compatible device when using the phone without a SmartChip card. When you use the phone without a SmartChip card, some functions appear dimmed in the menus and cannot be used. To synchronize with a remote internet server is not possible without a SmartChip card. To copy or synchronize data from your phone, the name of the device and the settings must be in the list of partners in transfer contacts. If you receive data from another compatible device, the partner is automatically added to the list, using the contact data from the other device. Server sync and PC sync settings are the original items in the list. To add a new partner to the list, such as a new device, select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Data transfer > Options > Add contact > Phone sync or Phone copy and enter the settings according to the transfer type. To edit the copy and synchronize settings, select a contact from the partner list and select Options > Edit. To delete a selected partner, select Options > Delete > OK. You cannot delete Server sync and Phone sync.

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Data transfer with a compatible device
For synchronization, Bluetooth wireless technology is used. The other device is in the standby mode. To start a data transfer, select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Data transfer and the transfer partner from the list other than Server sync and PC sync. Based on the settings, the selected data is copied or synchronized. The other device also must be activated to receive data.

Synchronize from a compatible PC
To synchronize data from calendar, notes, and contacts from a compatible PC, use Bluetooth wireless technology or a USB data cable (CA-53). You also need the correct version of Nokia PC Suite software for your phone installed on the PC. See “PC connectivity,” p. 80 for information about Nokia PC Suite. Synchronize the data in the phone contacts, calendar, and notes to correspond with the data of your compatible PC by starting the synchronization from the PC.

Synchronize from a server
To use a remote internet server, you have to subscribe to a synchronization service. For more information and the settings required for this service, contact your service provider. You may receive the settings as a configuration message. See “Configuration settings service,” p. 10 and “Configuration,” p. 76. If you have saved data on the remote internet server, you can synchronize your phone by starting the synchronization from your phone. Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Data transfer > Server sync. Depending on the settings, select Initializing sync or Initializing copy. If the contacts or calendar are full, synchronizing may take up to 30 minutes to complete, when synchronizing for the first time or after an interrupted synchronization.

USB data cable
You can use the USB data cable to transfer data between the memory card inserted in the phone and a compatible PC or a printer supporting PictBridge. You can also use the USB data cable with Nokia PC Suite. To activate the memory card for data transfer or picture printing, connect the data cable; when the phone displays USB data cable connected. Select mode., select OK and one of the following options: Nokia mode — to use the cable for Nokia PC Suite Music sync — to syncronize music files with a compatible PC

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Data storage — to activate the memory card for data transfer To change the USB mode, select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > USB data cable > Nokia mode, Music sync, or Data storage.

■ Call settings
Select Menu > Settings > Call settings and one of following options: Call forwarding — to forward your incoming calls (network service). Call forwarding and call restrictions cannot be active at the same time. See Call restrictions in “Security,” p. 76. Anykey answer > On — to answer an incoming call by briefly pressing any key, except the left and right selection keys, volume key, camera key, or the end key. Answer when fold is opened > On — to set your phone to answer a call when you open the fold. If the setting is off, you must press the call key after you open the fold. Automatic redial > On — to set your phone to make a maximum of 10 attempts to connect the call after an unsuccessful call attempt. Speed dialing > On — to dial the names and phone numbers assigned to the speed dialing keys, 2 to 9. To dial, press and hold the corresponding number key. Call waiting > Activate — to set the network to notify you of an incoming call while you have a call in progress (network service). See “Call waiting,” p. 23. Summary after call > On — to briefly display the approximate duration of the call after each call. Send my caller ID > Yes — to show your phone number to the person you are calling (network service). To use the setting agreed upon with your service provider, select Set by network.

■ Phone settings
Select Menu > Settings > Phone settings and one of the following options: Language settings — to set: • The display language of your phone, select Phone language. If you select Automatic, the phone selects the language according to the information on the SmartChip card. • The SmartChip card language, select SmartChip language. • A language for the voice playback, select Voice recognition language. See “Enhanced voice dialing,” p. 22 and Voice commands in “My shortcuts,” p. 68. Check memory — to view the free memory and the used memory for each function in the list

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Automatic keyguard — to set the keys to lock automatically. Choose On and the time-out to activate the keyguard or Off to set the automatic keyguard off. Security keyguard — to set the phone to ask for the security code when you unlock the keyguard. Enter the security code and select On. When the keyguard is on, calls still may be possible to the official emergency number programmed into your device. Flight query — to set the phone to ask if Flight mode should be used each time the phone is turned on. In Flight mode, all radio connections are turned off. Flight mode should be used in areas sensitive to radio emissions. Welcome note — to create the welcome note you would like to be shown briefly when the phone is turned on Phone updates — to view the current phone software version, to download new phone software and, to install downloaded phone software. See “Phone software updates,” p. 77. Operator selection > Automatic — to set the phone automatically to select one of the cellular networks available in your area. With Manual, you can select a network that has a roaming agreement with your service provider. Help text activation — to select whether the phone shows help texts Start-up tone — to select whether the phone plays a start-up tone when the phone is turned on Switch off tone — to select whether the phone plays a switch off tone when the phone is turned off. This menu is only visible if the tone exists in Set theme or is part of the powering down functionality of your service provider. Fold close handling — to select whether closing the fold causes the phone to go to stand-by mode or to keep all running applications open.

■ Enhancements
This menu is shown only if the phone is or has been connected to a compatible mobile enhancement, other than the charger. Select Menu > Settings > Enhancements. You can select an enhancement menu if the corresponding enhancement is or has been connected to the phone. Depending on the enhancement, select from one of the following options: Default profile — to select the profile that you want to be automatically activated when you connect to the selected enhancement Automatic answer — to set the phone to answer an incoming call automatically after five seconds. If Incoming call alert is set to Beep once or Off, automatic answer is off.

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Lights — to set the lights permanently On. Select Automatic to set the lights on for 15 seconds after a keypress. Use TTY > Yes — to use text phone settings instead of headset settings.

■ Configuration
You can configure your phone with settings that are required for certain services to function correctly. The services are multimedia messaging, IM, synchronization, streaming, and browser. Your service provider may also send you these settings as a configuration message. To save the configuration settings received as a configuration message, see “Configuration settings service,” p. 10. Select Menu > Settings > Configuration and one of the following options: Default configuration settings — to view the service providers saved in the phone. Scroll to a service provider and select Details to view the applications that the configuration settings of this service provider supports. To set the configuration settings of the service provider as default settings, select Options > Set as default. To delete configuration settings, select Delete. Activate default in all applications — to activate the default configuration settings for supported applications. Preferred access point — to view the saved access points. Scroll to an access point and select Options > Details to view the name of the service provider, data bearer, and packet data access point or GSM dial-up number. Connect to service provider support — to download the configuration settings from your service provider, if this is supported by your service provider. Device manager settings — to allow or prevent the phone from receiving phone software updates. This option may not be available, depending on your phone. See “Phone software updates,” p. 77. Personal configuration settings — to add new personal accounts for various services manually and to activate or delete them. To add a new personal account, if you have not added any, select Add new. Otherwise, select Options > Add new. Select the service type and enter each of the required parameters. The parameters differ according to the selected service type. To delete or activate a personal account, scroll to it and select Options > Delete or Activate.

■ Security
When security features that restrict calls are in use (such as, call restricting, closed user group, and fixed dialing) calls still may be possible to the official emergency number programmed into your device.

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Select Menu > Settings > Security and one of the following options: PIN code request — to set the phone to ask for your PIN or UPIN code every time the phone is switched on. Some SmartChip cards do not allow the code request to be turned off. Fixed dialing — to restrict your outgoing calls to selected phone numbers, if this function is supported by your SmartChip card. Security level > Phone — the phone asks for the security code whenever a new SmartChip card is inserted into the phone. Select Memory and the phone asks for the security code when the SmartChip card’s memory is selected and you want to change the memory in use. Access codes — to set the PIN code or UPIN code in use or to change the security code, PIN code, UPIN code, PIN2 code, and call restrictions password. Code in use — to select whether the PIN code or UPIN code should be active. PIN2 code request — to select whether PIN2 code is required when using specific phone features, which are covered by PIN2 security code. USIM card may require that this code is always used. Authority certificates or User certificates — to view the list of the authority or user certificates downloaded into your phone. See “Certificates,” p. 50. Security module settings — to view Security module details, activate Module PIN request, or change the module PIN and signing PIN. See also “Access codes,” p. 9.

■ Restore settings
To reset some of the menu settings to their original values, select Menu > Settings > Restore settings and enter the security code. Data that you have entered or downloaded is not deleted. For example, names and numbers in Address Book are not affected.

■ Phone software updates
You may initiate phone software updates from the Phone updates menu. Also, your service provider may initiate the updates by sending them over the air directly to your device. This function is known as firmware over the air (FOTA). Warning: If you install a software update, you cannot use the device, even to make emergency calls, until the update is completed and the device is restarted. Be sure to back up data before accepting a FOTA update.

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Download
Select Menu > Settings > Phone settings > Phone updates to request available phone software updates from your service provider. Select Current software details to display the current software version. Select Download phone software to download and install a phone software update (if an update is available). Follow the instructions on the display.

Install
Select Install software update to start the installation, if you cancelled the installation after the download. The software update may take several minutes. Note: If there are problems with the download or installation, contact your service provider.

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15. SmartChip services
Your SmartChip card may provide additional services. For information, contact your service provider.

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16. PC connectivity
You can send and receive e-mail and access the internet when your phone is connected to a compatible PC through Bluetooth or USB data cable (CA-53) connection. You can use your phone with a variety of PC connectivity and data communications applications.

■ USB data storage
You can use the USB data cable to transfer data between the memory card inserted in the phone and a compatible PC. See “USB data cable,” p. 73. After transferring data, ensure that it is safe to unplug the USB data cable from the PC.

■ Nokia PC Suite
Nokia PC Suite software is available for your phone. Nokia PC Suite is a collection of powerful tools that you can use to manage your phone features and data. Each component is a separate program that includes online helps. Nokia PC Suite software, installation instructions, and other documentation is provided free of charge and can be downloaded from the software downloads of the Nokia web site: www.nokiausa.com/pcsuite.

■ EGPRS, GPRS, HSCSD, and CSD
You can use the enhanced GPRS (EGPRS), general packet radio service (GPRS), high-speed circuit switched data (HSCSD), circuit switched data (CSD), and GSM data services with your phone. For availability and subscription to data services, contact your service provider. The use of HSCSD services consumes the phone battery faster than normal voice or data calls. You may need to connect the phone to a charger for the duration of data transfer. See “Packet data settings,” p. 72.

■ Data communication applications
For information on using a data communication application, refer to the documentation provided with it. Making or answering phone calls during a computer connection is not recommended, as it might disrupt the operation.

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■ Bluetooth
Use Bluetooth technology to connect your compatible laptop to the internet. Your phone must have activated a service provider that supports internet access and your PC has to support Bluetooth PAN (Personal Area Network). After connecting to the network access point (NAP) service of the phone and pairing with your PC your phone automatically opens a packet data connection to the internet. PC Suite software installation is not necessary when using the NAP service of the phone. See “Bluetooth wireless technology,” p. 70.

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Enhancements

17. Enhancements
To enhance phone functionality, a range of enhancements is available for you. Select any of these items to help accommodate your specific communication needs. Check the model number of any charger before use with this device. This device is intended for use when supplied with power from the AC-3 charger. This device uses BL-5C batteries. Warning: Use only batteries, chargers, and enhancements approved by Nokia for use with this particular model. The use of any other types may invalidate any approval or warranty, and may be dangerous. For availability of approved enhancements, please check with your dealer.

A few practical rules about accessories and enhancements
• Keep all accessories and enhancements out of the reach of small children. • When you disconnect the power cord of any accessory or enhancement, grasp and pull the plug, not the cord. • Check regularly that enhancements installed in a vehicle are mounted and are operating properly. • Installation of any complex car enhancements must be made by qualified personnel only.

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18. Battery information
■ Charging and discharging
Your device is powered by a rechargeable battery. The full performance of a new battery is achieved only after two or three complete charge and discharge cycles. The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times, but it will eventually wear out. When the talk and standby times are noticeably shorter than normal, replace the battery. Use only Nokia approved batteries, and recharge your battery only with Nokia approved chargers designated for this device. If a replacement battery is being used for the first time or if the battery has not been used for a prolonged period, it may be necessary to connect the charger then disconnect and reconnect it to begin charging the battery. Unplug the charger from the electrical plug and the device when not in use. Do not leave a fully charged battery connected to a charger, since overcharging may shorten its lifetime. If left unused, a fully charged battery will lose its charge over time. If the battery is completely discharged, it may take a few minutes before the charging indicator appears on the display or before any calls can be made. Use the battery only for its intended purpose. Never use any charger or battery that is damaged. Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuiting can occur when a metallic object such as a coin, clip, or pen causes direct connection of the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals of the battery. (These look like metal strips on the battery.) This might happen, for example, when you carry a spare battery in your pocket or purse. Short-circuiting the terminals may damage the battery or the connecting object. Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a closed car in summer or winter conditions, will reduce the capacity and lifetime of the battery. Always try to keep the battery between 59°F and 77°F (15°C and 25°C). A device with a hot or cold battery may not work temporarily, even when the battery is fully charged. Battery performance is particularly limited in temperatures well below freezing. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire as they may explode. Batteries may also explode if damaged. Dispose of batteries according to local regulations. Please recycle when possible. Do not dispose as household waste.

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■ Nokia battery authentication guidelines
Always use original Nokia batteries for your safety. To check that you are getting an original Nokia battery, purchase it from an authorized Nokia dealer, look for the Nokia Original Enhancements logo on the packaging, and inspect the hologram label using the following steps: Successful completion of the four steps is not a total assurance of the authenticity of the battery. If you have any reason to believe that your battery is not an authentic original Nokia battery, you should refrain from using it and take it to the nearest authorized Nokia service point or dealer for assistance. Your authorized Nokia service point or dealer will inspect the battery for authenticity. If authenticity cannot be verified, return the battery to the place of purchase.

Authenticate hologram
1. W hen looking at the hologram on the label, you should see the Nokia connecting hands symbol from one angle and the Nokia Original Enhancements logo when looking from another angle.

2. When you angle the hologram left, right, down, and up, you should see 1, 2, 3, and 4 dots on each side respectively.

3. Scratch the side of the label to reveal a 20-digit code, for example, 12345678919876543210. Turn the battery so that the numbers are facing upwards. The 20-digit code reads starting from the number at the top row followed by the bottom row. 4. Confirm that the 20-digit code is valid by following the instructions at www.nokia.com/batterycheck.

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What if your battery is not authentic? If you cannot confirm that your Nokia battery with the hologram on the label is an authentic Nokia battery, please do not use the battery. Take it to the nearest authorized Nokia service point or dealer for assistance. The use of a battery that is not approved by the manufacturer may be dangerous and may result in poor performance and damage to your device and its enhancements. It may also invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the device. To find out more about original Nokia batteries, visit www.nokia.com/battery.

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Care and maintenance
Your device is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The suggestions below will help you protect your warranty coverage. • Keep the device dry. Precipitation, humidity, and all types of liquids or moisture can contain minerals that will corrode electronic circuits. If your device does get wet, remove the battery and allow the device to dry completely before replacing it. • Do not use or store the device in dusty, dirty areas. Its moving parts and electronic components can be damaged. • Do not store the device in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten the life of electronic devices, damage batteries, and warp or melt certain plastics. • Do not store the device in cold areas. When the device returns to its normal temperature, moisture can form inside the device and damage electronic circuit boards. • Do not attempt to open the device other than as instructed in this guide. • Do not drop, knock, or shake the device. Rough handling can break internal circuit boards and fine mechanics. • Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents to clean the device. • Do not paint the device. Paint can clog the moving parts and prevent proper operation. • Use a soft, clean, dry cloth to clean any lenses (such as camera, proximity sensor, and light sensor lenses). • Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the device and may violate regulations governing radio devices. • Use chargers indoors. • Always create a backup of data you want to keep (such as contacts and calendar notes) before sending your device to a service facility. All of the above suggestions apply equally to your device, battery, charger, or any enhancement. If any device is not working properly, take it to the nearest authorized service facility for service.

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Additional safety information
Your device and its enhancements may contain small parts. Keep them out of the reach of small children.

■ Operating environment
Remember to follow any special regulations in force in any area and always switch off your device when its use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. Use the device only in its normal operating positions. This device meets RF exposure guidelines when used either in the normal use position against the ear or when positioned at least 5/8 inch (1.5 centimeters) away from the body. When a carry case, belt clip, or holder is used for body-worn operation, it should not contain metal and should position the device the above-stated distance from your body. To transmit data files or messages, this device requires a quality connection to the network. In some cases, transmission of data files or messages may be delayed until such a connection is available. Ensure the above separation distance instructions are followed until the transmission is completed. Parts of the device are magnetic. Metallic materials may be attracted to the device. Do not place credit cards or other magnetic storage media near the device because information stored on them may be erased.

■ Medical devices
Operation of any radio transmitting equipment, including wireless phones, may interfere with the functionality of inadequately protected medical devices. Consult a physician or the manufacturer of the medical device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy or if you have any questions. Switch off your device in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.

Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation of 6 inches (15.3 centimeters) be maintained between a wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and recommendations of Wireless Technology Research. Persons with pacemakers should do the following: • Always keep the device more than 6 inches (15.3 centimeters) from the pacemaker • Not carry the device in a breast pocket

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• Hold the device to the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for interference. If you suspect interference, switch off your device and move the device away.

Hearing aids
Some digital wireless devices may interfere with some hearing aids. If interference occurs, consult your service provider.

■ Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles such as electronic fuel injection systems, electronic antiskid (antilock) braking systems, electronic speed control systems, and air bag systems. For more information, check with the manufacturer, or its representative, of your vehicle or any equipment that has been added. Only qualified personnel should service the device or install the device in a vehicle. Faulty installation or service may be dangerous and may invalidate any warranty that may apply to the device. Check regularly that all wireless device equipment in your vehicle is mounted and operating properly. Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases, or explosive materials in the same compartment as the device, its parts, or enhancements. For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember that air bags inflate with great force. Do not place objects, including installed or portable wireless equipment in the area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury could result. Using your device while flying in aircraft is prohibited. Switch off your device before boarding an aircraft. The use of wireless teledevices in an aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the wireless telephone network, and may be illegal.

■ Potentially explosive environments
Switch off your device when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. Potentially explosive atmospheres include areas where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death. Switch off the device at refueling points such as near gas pumps at service stations. Observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots, storage, and distribution areas; chemical plants; or where blasting operations are in progress. Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always, clearly marked. They include below deck on boats, chemical transfer or storage facilities, vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or butane), and areas where the air contains chemicals or particles such as grain, dust, or metal powders.

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■ Emergency calls
Important: Wireless phones, including this device, operate using radio signals, wireless networks, landline networks, and user-programmed functions. Because of this, connections in all conditions cannot be guaranteed. You should never rely solely on any wireless device for essential communications like medical emergencies.

To make an emergency call:
1. If the device is not on, switch it on. Check for adequate signal strength. Some networks may require that a valid SmartChip card is properly inserted in the device. 2. Press the end key as many times as needed to clear the display and ready the device for calls. 3. Enter the official emergency number for your present location. Emergency numbers vary by location. 4. Press the call key. If certain features are in use, you may first need to turn those features off before you can make an emergency call. Consult this guide or your service provider for more information. When making an emergency call, give all the necessary information as accurately as possible. Your wireless device may be the only means of communication at the scene of an accident. Do not end the call until given permission to do so.

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■ Certification information (SAR)
This mobile device meets guidelines for exposure to radio waves. Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio waves recommended by international guidelines. These guidelines were developed by the independent scientific organization ICNIRP and include safety margins designed to assure the protection of all persons, regardless of age and health. The exposure guidelines for mobile devices employ a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate or SAR. The SAR limit stated in the ICNIRP guidelines is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over 10 grams of tissue. Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions with the device transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. The actual SAR level of an operating device can be below the maximum value because the device is designed to use only the power required to reach the network. That amount changes depending on a number of factors such as how close you are to a network base station. The highest SAR value under the ICNIRP guidelines for use of the device at the ear is 1.15 W/kg. Use of device accessories and enhancements may result in different SAR values. SAR values may vary depending on national reporting and testing requirements and the network band. Additional SAR information may be provided under product information at www.nokiausa.com. Your mobile device is also designed to meet the requirements for exposure to radio waves established by the Federal Communications Commission (USA) and Industry Canada. These requirements set a SAR limit of 1.6 W/kg averaged over 1 gram of tissue. The highest SAR value reported under this standard during product certification for use at the ear is1.00 W/kg, and when properly worn on the body for device type RM-198 is 0.59 W/kg. Information about this device model can be found at http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid by searching the equipment authorization system using and FCC ID: LJPRM-198H.

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■ Technical Information
Feature Weight Specification 3.69 ounces (104.5 grams) 2.95 ounces (83.5 grams) without battery Volume: 5.13 cubic inches (84 ccm) Length: 3.6 in. (91.5 mm) Width: 1.81 in. (46 mm) Thickness: 0.91 in. (23 mm) RM-198 GSM 850 824–849 MHz (TX) 869–894 MHz (RX) GSM 900 880–915 MHz (TX) 925–960 MHz (RX) GSM 1800 1710–1785 MHz (TX) 1805–1865 MHz (RX) GSM 1900 1850–1910 MHz (TX) 1930–1990 MHz (RX) Up to 2 W 3.7 V dc BL-5C, 970 mAh Standby time: up to 240 hours Talk time: up to 5 hours 59°F to + 77°F (15°C to + 25°C)

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Index
A
access codes 9 accessories 82 activate Web settings 45 active standby 19, 69 Address Book 63 alarm clock 59 alert tone and message 60 alerts e-mail 39 antenna 15 application download 10 applications 27 audio message 33 calendar 18, 19, 60 calendar note 31 call counters 44 decline 23 end 22 functions 22 make 22 timers 44 voice mail 40 waiting 23 call key 17 call settings 66, 74 caller groups 65 calls answer 23 decline 23 international 22 options during 23 recent 44 speed dialing 22 voice dialing 22 calls made 44 calls received 44 camera effects 55 lens 17 record a video clip 55 settings 55 take a photo 55 use 54 care 86 certificates 50 certification information 90 channel search 57 charge the battery 13 circuit switched data (CSD) 71, 80 clock settings 68

B
battery authentication 84 charge status 18 charging 13, 83 information 83 installation 12 Bluetooth computer connectivity 81 connection 71 set up connection 70 settings 70 wireless technology 70, 73 bookmarks browser 48 receive 48 browser 45 business cards 64

C
cache memory 49 calculator 61

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codes PIN 9 PUK 9 restriction 10 security 9 UPIN 9 computer connectivity 80 configuration 76 configuration settings service 10 connect to a Web service 46 connectivity computer 80 contacts 63 find 63 cookies 47 copy contact 64 countdown timer 19, 62 CSD 80

E
earpiece 17 edit contact details 64 EGPRS 71, 72, 80 e-mail 38 alerts 39 folders 38 preferences 39 write and send 39 e-mails delete 39 reply and forward 39 emergency calls 89 end call 22 end key 17 enhanced GPRS (EGPRS) 80 enhancement settings 75 enhancements 82 equalizer 59

D
data communication 80 data transfer 73 date settings 68 define a storage folder 59 delete contact details 64 contacts 64 messages 40 dialing 22, 65, 74 dictionary 24 digital signature 51 direct calling 47 display settings 67 downloads applications 10, 28 content 10 games 27 phone software updates 78 settings 48

F
folders define for storage 59 e-mail 38 inbox 39 other 39 outbox 31 saved items 33 sent items 33 font size 68

G
game settings 27 games 27 general packet radio service (GPRS) 71, 80 GPRS 71, 80 groups 65

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H
hands-free 70 help text 75 high-speed circuit switched data (HSCSD) 80 HSCSD 80

I
icons 20 IM 34 indicators 20 installation battery 12 phone software updates 78 SIM card 12 instant messaging 34 internet 45

J
Java applications 27

K
keyguard 21 keys 17 keys lock 21

L
language options 29 writing 24 launch game 27 left selection key 68 lights 76 list of recordings 59 lock the keys 21 loudspeaker 17, 58

M
mail voice 40

main display 67 maintenance 86 Mall 52 media camera 54 radio 57 recorder 58 media player 56 memory cache 49 capacity 54 copy 64 full 32, 41 select 77 shared 8 SIM 63 status 65, 74 memory card format 54 installation 13 slot 17 memory in use 64 menu navigating 26 message center number 29 message length indicator 29 message settings 41 messages audio 33 cancel sending 32 multimedia 30, 42 read and reply 32 sending 31 SmartChip 30 templates 33 text 29 microSD insert 14 remove 14 mini display 68 missed calls 44 MMS 8

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modem settings 72 multimedia message settings 41 multimedia messages 30, 42 multimedia messaging service (MMS) 8 music player functions 56 settings 57 my numbers 65 my shortcuts 68 My Stuff 54

phone software updates 77 phonebook 63 photos 54 PIN codes 9, 77 play music 56 plug and play service 14 Pop-Port connector 17 predictive text input 24 profiles 66 PUK codes 9 punctuation marks 25

N
names 63 navigation key 17, 69 navigation mode 19 network GSM 7 services 7 signal strength 18 note alarm 61 note creation 60 notes 61

R
radio channel selection 58 FM antenna 57 save channels 57 read text message 30 receive bookmarks 48 received calls 44 recent calls 44 record a call 58 recorder 58 recordings list 59 reply to a text message 30 restore settings 77 restriction password 10 right selection key 69 ringing tones 54

O
operator logo 67 overview keys and parts 17 other features 9

P
Packet data 71 packet data 71, 81 packet data settings 72 parts 17 PC connectivity 80 synchronization 73 PC Suite 80 personalize the phone 66 phone keys 46 phone settings 74

S
safety additional information 87 certification information (SAR) 90 emergency calls 89 enhancements 82 explosive environments 88 guidelines 6 hearing aids 88 medical devices 87 operating environment 87

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pacemakers 87 SAR 90 vehicles 88 SAR 90 save names and phone numbers 63 numbers, items, images 63 radio channels 57 screen saver main display 67 mini display 68 script settings 48 scroll key 46, 67 security browser 49 certificates 50 codes 9 module 49 settings 47, 76 selection keys 17, 18, 68, 69, 74 send multimedia message 31 send text message 29 server synchronization 10, 73 service commands 40 inbox 48 numbers 65 service numbers 65 services 45 set up service 45 settings 66 Bluetooth 70 call 74 camera 55 clock 68 configuration 76 connectivity 70 contacts 64 date 68 display 67 EGPRS 72 enhancements 75

game 27 main display 67 messages 41 mini display 68 modem 72 music player 57 my shortcuts 68 packet data 71, 72 phone 74 profile 66 restore 77 security 76 service inbox 49 shortcuts 68 standby mode 67 streaming service 56 themes 66 time 68 tones 66 writing language 24 shared memory 8 shortcuts in standby mode 20 personal 66 selection 19 signal strength 18 SIM card installation 12 SmartChip services 79 SMS e-mail 30 short message service 29 templates 33 sound quality control 59 speaker phone. See loudspeaker. special characters 25 speed dial list 65 speed dialing 22, 74 standby mode 18 standby mode settings 67 standby mode shortcuts 20

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stereo widening 59 stopwatch 62 strap 16 streaming service 56 streaming videos 56 subscribed names list 64 summary after call 74 switch on and off 14 symbols 20 synchronization 72

U
unlock the keys 21 UPIN code 9, 77 USB data cable 73 data storage 80

V
video clip 55 voice command key 17 commands 69 tags 22, 69 voice mail 40 voice mailbox 20 volume, adjust 23

T
take a photo 55 templates 33 text entry 24 message 29 writing 24 writing tips 25 text message settings 41 themes 66 time settings 68 timer 62 to-do list 61 to-do notes 61 tones 66 tools 59 traditional text input 24, 25

W
wallpaper 66, 67 Web bookmarks 48 connect 46 wireless markup language (WML) 48 WML 48 wrist strap 16 write multimedia message 31 write text message 29 writing language 24 writing text 24

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